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Re: alfalfa pellets

CEMahan@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 96-06-13 08:37:51 EDT, Lois Rose writes:
> >; I don't know I. virginica from I. versicolor and don't
> >care
> Clarence replys:
> Now you've done it!  All the species irises in my garden are outraged by your
> comment, and they will soon be heading down Rt 95 to storm your pond!
>  Clarence Mahan in McLean, VA :)

Dennis comments:
Sorry Clarence, Lois is not the only one, soooo I guess when they finish 
at the Rose garden, you will have to direct them to Roanoke.  
With all the rain, the Psuedocorous is doing a good enough job on 
their own!!     <:)  (Say Hi to Suky.)

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