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What a team!! Years of visiting Melrose gardens always left us with
wonderful visions of very well grown iris.  Sid was the PR man and Ben
was always away from public, head down counting buds, moving
pollen,etc:  It was always amazing to watch Ben enter iris in shows or
just for display. He could get a stalk ready in seconds, while everyone
else is pushing, pulling, poking, etc; not to mention those "crazy"
jackets!! Sid always answered all questions no matter how far out the
question!! We are fortunate to have been close enough to visit often.
Maybe a topic for chat line could be others experiences with interesting
or famous iris people.  Lorraine at Woodland iris gardens in Modesto Ca.
zone 9

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