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Re: OT:Bio

Hello Dawn and welcome to the list.  I was through your area last Thursday,
had to go to Columbia.  We live in Springfield.


Glenn & Linda Simmons
Springfield, Missouri, Zone 6

Dawn wrote:

> Hello all,
> I just joined the list last week and wanted to take a moment to introduce=
>  myself.   My name is Dawn and I live in the Lake of the Ozarks region =
> of Missouri, USA.  I am just beginning to establish perennials gardens =
> on my property.   I just planted 110 more irises this weekend, and now =
> have about 300 or so.   At this point I only have about  12 varities of =
> TB, but I'm working on that!
> Being the novice that I am, I joined the list to learn from all your wond=
> erful experience.  I have already learned quite a bit just over the last =
> week, and I'm sure if I ever have time to go through the archives I will =
> learn much more!
> Dawn
> dawnm@fidnet.com
> Lake Ozark area, Missouri (zone 5)

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