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RE: OT-BIO Sue Stribley

Welcome to the list, Sue.  Your most important contribution right now is
to keep North American listers from iris withdrawal with reports of
what's happening in your garden.  You don't need a lot of experience to
"talk" on this list. You will be amazed at what you can contribute.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	stribley [SMTP:yarrabee@cobweb.com.au]
		Sent:	Thursday, September 04, 1997 8:48 AM
		To:	Mark, Maureen; Multiple recipients of list
		Subject:	OT-BIO Sue Stribley

		Good evening. =20

		My name is Sue and I live in a small town approximately
40 kms north =
		east of Adelaide, South Australia, called One Tree Hill.
We live on a =
		hobby farm of approximately 25 acres and I started
taking a serious =
		interest in iris (TBs) about two or three years ago.
Before that I =
		thought all irises were mauve, purple or white (of which
I had several) =
		but soon learnt differently after attending a show
conducted by the =
		South Australian Iris Society (held in October each
year). =20

		My husband and I were amazed at the variety of colour
and beauty of the =
		blooms and I was "hooked".  Since that time I have
begged, borrowed and =
		bought from various local and interstate sources and
have about 90 =
		different TBs at the current time. =20

		Having just gone into spring our blooming season will
start shortly.  =
		Well, I hope it will start shortly because this year I
seemed to lose a =
		lot of leaves and, up to about a month ago, a lot of my
plants had fans =
		of only 2"-3" high.  Our winter was very dry  this year
- I don't know =
		if that contributed to the problem or not.  Anyway the
majority of =
		plants have started to shoot a bit better now so
hopefully all will be =

		Being a relative newcomer to the irising game I don't
know if I will be =
		able to contribute a great deal to the other users of
this mailing list =
		but hope that I can learn a few things and will gladly
partake in any =
		exchanges of information.

		Kind regards,
		Sue Stribley

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