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Re: Red Reblooming TBs...LADY FRIEND

In a message dated 96-10-26 14:31:39 EDT, you write:

Clarence said
>LADY FRIEND is one of those outstanding irises which is both a great
>performer in the garden here in the East and a great show stalk producer.
>...... I find its form outstanding, and its
>durability in bad weather is a great asset. I consider LADY FRIEND a far
>better iris than many...

But farther south in the east (lc), it is prone to rot, or did I say that
: ) ( sorry Clarence, just giving you a hard time - stuck indoors with this
month's ton of junk snail mail to sort on a rainy afternoon).

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA
(is there a cyber doodle for mischievous humor?)

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