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Re:CULT:REB:Byers & G P Brown irises

In a message dated 11/9/00 9:47:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
MAILER-DAEMON@aol.com writes:

      Golden Child looked as if it had bloomed a month or two ago; all the 
 stalks were completely shriveled up, but there were a lot of them. I counted 
 at least 7.
      This was not my garden. It was Bob Cosby's;but he died last January or 
 February & his wife, Helen, is watching over it. But she knows nothing about 
      I took a friend over to weed & fertilize Helen's irises. We spent 4 
 hours & it seemed like no time at all. We just finished when the rains came. 
 Perfect timing.
      Annette Milch     Lexington, KY, USA      zone 6         TMilchh@aol.com

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