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Re: suitable topics for iris-L, Sparky

In a message dated 96-05-19 12:57:01 EDT, you write:

>Is SPARKY an SDB and is it one you hybridized?

SPARKY is an Aitken '83 MDB...a winner

I'm the only person in the free world who does NOT hybridize.  I'm happy to
enjoy the fruits of someone else's labor...and frustrations.  My favorite
part of hybridizers' gardens is the seedling patch and the reselects - like
looking into a crystal ball.

Kathy Guest who is sorely tempted to call off work today and grab another day
of garden fun and frolic

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