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Re: Stockton Order

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Stockton Order
  • From: Steven & Sharlyn Rocha <srocha@pacbell.net>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 20:26:03 -0600 (MDT)

At 10:41 PM 9/6/97 -0600, you wrote:
>My order from Stockton arrived the other day (first time I had ordered from
>them).  Although they weren't able to send me everything I had ordered,
>their substitutes seem to be excellent choices, including some '97
>introductions.  One of the substitutes for Coming Up Roses (I had indulged
>my lust for pink by choosing a number of pink varieties) was named something
>I can't really make out.  I can make out an 'aside', "V. Wood Pink", 1998,
>and what looks like LORUE BOSWELL or something like that for the name.
>Since they are apparently really busy right now, I hesitate to call and ask,
>but does anyone on the list have an idea?
>Also, one itty bitty rhizome had a name that was written partly on a leaf
>that had dried and pulled away from a green leaf -- it looks as though it
>might say "C_____ Raiment".  Does that ring a bell with someone?  I'm not
>really familiar with a lot of iris names.
>Dorothy Cate Frisbie
>Escondido, CA
>Sunset Zone 20/21, USDA 10

	We have one called Magic Raiment
Steven and Sharlyn Rocha
Zone 9, Region 15
Ramona, Ca. 22 miles N.E. of San Diego

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