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OT-BIO K. Smith

  • Subject: OT-BIO K. Smith
  • From: "Smith, Karen R" <smithkr2@corning.com>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 09:01:13 -0400
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Good Morning,

My purpose of joining this list is to learn more about the world of the Iris.  It is by far my favorite flower.  I have moved several times (unexpectantly) in the last few years and have had to leave my irises behind.  Luckily, not far from me is a wonderful iris farm so I shall restock what I have lost.  

My father got me hooked on iris as a kid.  It was his favorite garden member too.  I do have a request for members here.  I am trying to locate a photo of a variety of TB called Pathfinder.  If anyone can help please let me know.

Thank you.  I look forward to learning much here.

Karen R. Smith
Corning, NY

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