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RE: OT-BIO Dorothy & Tony Willott

Hi, Dorothy (and Tony),

Welcome to the list.  We loved your talk last fall for the CIS.  Even
better, the way you smuggled iris into Canada by telling customs that all
you had was iris.

Knowing that you have a lot of medians, I'm going to repeat a question that
I asked recently on the List.  I've noticed a few medians, particularly
SDBs, this year have put our four falls on terminal buds, when they have
never done this before.  The only difference that I can think of is the very
mild,  short winter and long warm spring that we've had.  Have you had this

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4) -- new blooms on Little Firecracker (orange SDB with
darker spot), Forever Blue (light blue with darker beard SDB repeat
bloomer), El Torito (orange SDB), Pink Pele (peach with pink spot IB), Voila
(violet with blue beard IB), Jewel of Omar (AR)

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Dorothy "irisnut" Willott [SMTP:Dorothy.Willott@gte.net]
> Sent:	Monday, May 11, 1998 11:48 PM
> To:	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject:	OT-BIO Dorothy & Tony Willott
> We are long-time irisarians and hybridizers specializing in dwarf and
> median irises.  We are life members of 
> AIS, DIS, MIS,SSI,SIGNA,SPCNI and members of SJI and Aril Society.  We are
> very active in two local iris 
> societies and a perennials society in northeastern Ohio.  Also are life
> members of North American Rock 
> Garden Society which has a seed exchange with many unusual irises
> available.  Dorothy is currently president of 
> the Median Iris Society (MIS).  At last year's AIS convention in Michigan,
> we attended the Iris-L meeting and 
> sought help in getting our peculiar modem to work so we could get on the
> internet.  After much frustration, we 
> gave up and several weeks ago bought a new computer with a built-in modem.
> Tony hasn't tried his hand at the 
> internet, but Dorothy is jumping right in.

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