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Re: OT:Bio Ray & Judy Keisling

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: OT:Bio Ray & Judy Keisling
  • From: rimat <terra@catskill.net>
  • Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 15:11:46 -0600 (MDT)

Ray & Judy Keisling wrote:
> Although we grow lots of things, our passion is iris -- we have about
> 2,000, ranging from SDBs, to TBs, to Siberians, to Japanese and
> Louisianas -- and a few of others such as spuria, arils, and species
> (our first year for these).
>Hi and Welcome--
I would say 2000 of anything constitutes a passion -- and to be able to
achieve it is wonderful.  I'd love to see all of those abloom.  Since it
has done nothing here for the last 8 days but rain (and four more days
are expected) I think everything here is just going to rot (how's that
for optimism?).
Rima   terra@catskill.net
upstate ny   zone 4

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