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Re: Japanese Iris Review formerly :PAYNE WINNERS

From: 	Irisborer@aol.com
Sent: 	November 18, 1996 4:51:05 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list

>Thanks for the list and so much work.  Could I ask you to go a little
>further and tell me:
>        Are they Tall Bearded or what?
>        Which, if any, are rebloomers?
>               Thank you,

Kathyguest says> Hi Norma
G.L. edits cruelly> Clip Clip Clip
Kathyguest says> But... whether or not this is so, I would recommend Japanese Irises for anyone who likes to expand their iris collection into something infinitely exotic.. and tough as nails!
Kathyguest - who looooooves those Japanese Iris - and who is encouraging folks to consider a subscription to the JI Review - 2 issues/year for $3.50 - what a deal!

That is a real deal,  could you let us know the details though please.  Could you give me the contact address to subscribe Japanese Iris Review?  

"Perennially in Trouble" in Warren, Manitoba, Canada.  Zone 3a but covered in deep snow from two blizzards over the weekend ... and where my children are back in school finally.  Thank heavens!!!

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