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Re: Introd Kathy Marble

On Mon, 21 Oct 1996, Curt Marble wrote:

> 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.

	Welcome Kathy! As one of the visitors to your garden in June, I 
	would like to recommend to the editor of the AIS bulletin that 
	your fantastic garden be featured sometime.

	Ellen Gallagher  e_galla@moose.ncia.net  Lancaster, New Hampshire
			USA	Zone 3 (warm & rainy today)

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