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Re: Cutting stalks to the ground

Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
> Transporting a tall bearded iris to a show takes REAL nerve... and it's best
> that husbands and wives don't try this together! 

Of course, unless the entry is from the family, taking the stalks 
to the show is _required_ to be an individual affair.

Gerry, glad that Region 15 does not require judges to have been show
chairmen or to have written a show program (good idea, though)

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