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Help for a friend

>To all who can help,
>I have an e-mail friend living in Neveda and we got on the subject of
gardening.  Irises came up and I told her I would try to get some advice for
her.  Right now, she is not a serious gardener, but who knows what can happen.
>She says her area is dry and windy during the summer.  Any recommendations
of irises for her.  I checked the iris sites and will send her some names of
societies in Nevada.     
>Thank you for your time.
>Patty Forster
>Raleigh, NC

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