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We line out between 20,000 and 100,000 seedlings every year so there is
bound to be a wild one now and then.  I looked for some source of radiation
to the west but couldn't find anything.  I don't know if that is good or
bad!?  Yes the new chimera is blue and white, really striking, hope it
carries through to next year.  Don't do mice, they smell. :-)
Mike Sutton

> From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Subject: Re: TB: SIX PACK
> Date: Tuesday, May 05, 1998 3:15 PM
> I lost a chunk of that last message, it should read as follows:
> >Jan
> >Your imagination scares me!  I thought I had an ability to see what 
> others don't see but your ability is unvelievable! 
> Ta! I'm starting to dream about irises, I do so much reading. I dream in 
> colour. It worries me what I might come up with. Pity they don't have a 
> much shorter life cycle. We could decide what we want and get results 
> in, say 2 years, instead of 20. May be I should breed mice instead.
> > (you said something about the new chimera)
> Is that the blue and white one? I love that iris. It occurred to me 
> that, with all these strange irises, you might be getting radiation 
> drift from somewhere not too far to the west. 
> Now that leaves you with something to ponder! (And now my message makes 
> more sense.)
> Jan Clark, from the lucky country
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