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Re: OT_BIO


  When I lived in NC,  I had a friend bring a vase
> to work with an iris the size of a basketball,  it was the most
> gorgeous thing Id ever seen.  I look forward to learning from you.
> 
> Brad VanMeter


	Brad, the iris that was the size of a basketball was probably a 
Japanese.  Many can get very large and are the 'dinner plate' 
variety.  I am not sure of the growth abilities of Japanese irises in 
SD. See what Arnold says about how they grow in NW IA.  I know 
they would be happy in NC, where you saw such a huge one.

     Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8



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