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Re: Queen of the Show!

	Wow! Great news about INDY....it is the only one open here -
	surprised me, too!

	Ellen Gallagher   e_galla@moose.ncia.net

On Thu, 13 Jun 1996, Christopher Hollinshead wrote:

> I have just come from our iris show at the Royal Botanical Gardens this 
> past weekend and I have to report to you that a Siberian iris won Queen 
> of the show! Lots of competition from the Tall Beardeds but the Siberian 
> INDY (Hollingworth 1985) took the top honours. Just wanted to let you 
> all know that it sometimes happens!... Like those Siberians! 

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