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Re: One tough LA iris

At 07:37 AM 5/14/96 MDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 96-05-13 19:45:45 EDT, you write:
>>I still want to try Louisianas.  Is this totally out of the question for me?
>Lee, try DOROTHEA K. WILLIAMSON for starters.  It's old, but grows
>exceedingly well and even blooms (!) here.  If you can't grow that one, I'd
>bet nothing else will make it either.  :-)    (Still trying to smile, in
>spite of the Gloom & Doom report I just posted!)


Thanks,  Will do.  Hope your iris made it.


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