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Re: non-registered iris

In a message dated 96-05-02 19:20:00 EDT, you write:

>About a month ago, I received a mass mailing from Parks Seed (a reputable
>company, I thought) selling TB collections. No mention is made these being
>registered. From the names, I would believe not: "Park's Snow White", "Parks
>Bitone", etc. The envelope has the following "Park's Artist's Palette Mix 6
>Bearded Irises Rarely Seen In Catalogs" on the back. Is this just another
>Beth Matney

Beth, This sounds like a BAD deal to me...another rip off.  I am shocked that
Parks would do such a thing.  Shocked! Clarence Mahan in Virgina

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