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Re: HIPS Convention

In a message dated 96-05-20 08:28:11 EDT, Kathryn Mohr wrote:

>I was kinda hoping to duck having a show for this first HIPS Convention, but
>*it would be a good way to be sure and see some historic beardless iris*. 

Oh, yes, do have a show at the HIPS convention if at all possible.  Not only
would it be a good way to see historic beardless, but there will be people
from out of your area who have a multitude of bearded irises to bring,
greatly expanding the the number of historic bearded cultivars to be
seen...or at least I would think so.  Clarence Mahan in VA

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