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Re: Digest Number 2000

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Digest Number 2000
  • From: majorcanis@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 02:30:12 EDT

Bobby Baxter--

       Congratulations from a fellow North Carolinian. Perhaps when you have 
exhausted topics you may wish to film my shady garden where for three years I 
am endeavoring to grow as many different species of iris as will survive in 
my narrow band micro climate.  Today, May 26 I have spuria, Lousiana, 
virginica, laevtigae, pseudacorus, tectorum and at least a dozen two year old 
seedlings, which to identify I would have to get out my charts and logs. One 
of my seedlings is a regal black maroon which I think must be Japanese of 
some sort. 
       Keep up your good work.

James Harrison

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