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Re: Error Condition Re: I. reticulata "Harmony" question

In a message dated 96-06-06 00:32:58 EDT, you write:

> I'd love to hear any other recommendations for a nice, easy to grow, 
>>     low (up to 15" or so) iris.  Meanwhile, I'll keep soaking up all the 
>>     wonderful news and info you send out!
>>     Thank you!!
>>     Karin Richardson, Oakton, VA

In July our Chesapeake and Potomac Iris Society will have its iris sale at
Falls Church Community Center.....there will be lots of dwarf irises to
choose from at unbelieveably low prices....probably about 50 cents
each.....if you are interested in this send me an EMail...Clarence Mahan in
McLean, VA   CEMahan@aol.com

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