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Re: CAT: Branching Out

>Hi L-ers,
>I know there are several commercial folks on the list and I need help!!!!
>Since Rusty posted his bloom report I have become Innerst-ed in Monty Byer's
>Branching Out. This is a relatively rare variety in the catalogs and am
>wondering where (other than begging Rusty) I can buy, trade or even BEG
>(sitting up on my hind legs as I speak...arf!) a piece. Miller Manor had it
>for a while but no longer carries it. Thanks in advance for any help in my
>Iris Maniac,
>Sterling (not Innerst)
>Seattle, WA. Zone 8
Dear Sterling:   I grew BRANCHING OUT, and it does like its name says. But
unless you have a special reason for wanting it, I think you would do
better with some of the later things from Monty.  Lloyd Zurbrigg Durham

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