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Re: Two KARENs?


Mike, thanks for the story on KAREN. I've always thought it was a very
risky thing to declare an iris "obsolete" once it has actually been
introduced into commerce. There must be quite a few other instances of
irises whose names have been released but which still lurk in grandma's
garden somewhere in the world.


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