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Re: IRIS-L digest 118

In a message dated 96-05-24 08:44:18 EDT, you write:

>Hi all!  I've been a lurker for a few months now, but never posted till now.
> I've been an iris lover for a long time.  Anyway, just had to share my
>joy to see that my first blooms of the season are opening up today.  :-)

Come on Julia, tell us what opened up! You should see my glorious clump of
the Siberian HIGH STANDARDS! And Ben Hager's TB introduction FALLING IN LOVE.
Clarence Mahan in Virginia where tall bearded irises and Siberians are at
their peak! (Welcome to the list, Julia!!!!)

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