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Re: Hello from new subscriber...

Welcome Kay Berg!!  Sounds like a great project with the demonstration gardens/
	Western New York Iris Society did one a few years back.  However,
one summer, some CETA (funded program for youth workers) workers took out 
the labels and mixed things up so we had to dig it all and abandon the 
project.  It's a lot of work for just one or two people.
	Good luck with it!!
	Scott Aitken gave a report last week from Schreiners in which he
said there was a lot of winter damage there.  How unfortunate.  How did your
garden fare??
	Carolyn Schaffner in wet wet west-coast like, Buffalo, NY

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