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This was originally a private answer, but I havent' been able to get it
through, so Ernie and Ann, if you're on, this is for you:
-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Mann <irismaven@email.msn.com>
To: erni@midest.net <erni@midest.net>
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 1998 10:17 PM

>Hi, Ernie and Ann--
>I'll go ahead and put you down for a peice of this puppy when I dig it this
>summer.  I've had such a good response to my offer that I'm starting to
>wonder if I should register it just so people aren't wondering ten years
>down the line, "What the heck is this?"
>If you do any hybridizing yourself (I'm sorry, I forget who'se who and what
>they do) you could trade me one of yours.  Or......what else do you have?
>have been buying only new irises for years, but lately the older ones have
>begun to appeal to me, probably due to hanging around this list.
>Barb Mann in Santa Fe

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