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Hi Jan
Last year I crossed flate rate X six pack, full house X flate and many SAs
X Flate Rate,   who knows what the future holds!  Flat Rate is my favorite
flat even if it isn't really consistent.

> From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Subject: Re: TB: SIX PACK
> Date: Monday, May 04, 1998 1:02 AM
> >>Do you mean that SIX PACK has found its way to Australia?  I had this 
> Iris in Kentucky, where it was hybridized, and it is an interesting 
> plant.
> >>Mark A. Cook
> >Yup!!  I've even got it in my garden!!!! (although it hasn't flowered 
> yet). Tempo Two sells it!!  Good for something "different".  Have seen 
> it once  in real life!!
> >Cheers.				Paul Tyerman (Oz)
> Hi all,
> Iris acres in South Australia, advertises a six fall iris called 'Flat 
> Rate' by Ghio. This is a beautiful rich dark blue, but a bit out of my 
> price range as yet. Might be fun to cross with Six Pack.
> Jan Clark
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