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Re: Double iris wow - was (ugh)


	John Jones wrote:

>Well, one man's pain is another man's fancy. Personally I would say the
>same about SAs except I wouldn't put them on the compost pile either -
>somehow a piece might survive.
>
>Now a double TB, that might be a really different story.

	Aren't space-agers TB with a different look - or is that a silly
	(read: stupid) question?

	Warm at 65 degrees F today and the sun is shining. :))) What a
	difference for us.

	Cheers,

	Ellen

	P.S. I do think there *are* stupid questions - I have asked my
	     share of them and felt stupid when I heard the answer. :(



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Ellen Gallagher  / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
Northern New Hampshire, USA   /    Zone 3
Siberian iris robin    /  sibrob@ncia.net
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