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Iris paradise, NM

Well, Tom, it must be great to live in iris paradise where there is NO ROT!
Actually, I love New Mexico and Santa Fe.
But there must be something good about Tennessee...
We have a longer growing season
Entomologists have plenty of study material
Here on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, the fall colors are beautiful
Herpetologists have plenty of study material
We have dogwood trees blooming in the spring
Weedologists (what's the word?) have plenty of study material
The challenge of growing beautiful iris makes us STRONG and PERSEVERING!

Julie Allen
jwallen@blomand.net  Sparta, TN Zone 6

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