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Re: Swedish irispictures

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

Hi Maj
    Nice to read your report. I have not viewed your site yet but will over 
the weekend.
     To find even the older iris you procured this summer may seem a bit 
pricey for you, even finding them is often a chore. However, the price isn't 
awful. In the catalogues, the newer iris are $25- to $50. Less than orchids 
or day lilies or peonies!
     I'm sure your winter is making headway by now. Perhaps you'll have more 
time to chime in to iris-talk.

Rita B
Western WA State
zone  7/8, F 46 degrees and drizzling rain

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