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RE: Re. Shirlee E. Lewis

I think that I am going to try and get there.  One can never see too
many iris.

> ----------
> From: 	WSTONE[SMTP:wstone@volcano.net]
> Reply To: 	iris-l@rt66.com
> Sent: 	Friday, May 15, 1998 5:08 PM
> To: 	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: 	Re. Shirlee E. Lewis
> Question
> What is your TB bloom going to be like over the Memorial Day Weekend?
> (May 23-25)
> Now you have got me. If I say everything will be in bloom, Mother
> Nature will continue
> educating me. I will put it this way; We have over 700 bud stems
> reaching to the sky
> looking for sunshine.Even with the rain each day shows they want to
> emerge. The count
> is not varieties, as the late TB's are just forming bud stems. If you
> get up this way
> I feel our front yard will put up a display. Bill
> wstone@volcano.net
> Stone's Iris Garden
> 23801 Shake Ridge Rd.
> Volcano, Ca. 95689                        Ph. 209-296-4592

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