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Introd Kathy Marble

I'm new to IRIS-L about 2 weeks ago, thanks to Larry Doucette for suggesting.

I am treasurer for ISM (Iris Society of Massachusetts).  I've lived in
Harvard, MA (the town, not the University) for 23 years and was lucky enough
to be an at-home mother to two sons (now 19 @ Wesleyan and 21 @ Brown).  I
now consider myself "semi-retired" from that job and "fully-retired" from my
previous career of computer analyst and programmer in the medical
application field. 

I grow mainly Apogons, especially Siberians and Japanese.  Some of you
visited my garden during this year's MASS MEDLEY (convention for Siberians
and Species).  I am not a hybridizer.  I concentrate on the landscape and
arranging irises.  I love to compete in the design division of our shows.

Kathy Marble
Harvard, MA
zone 5

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