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Re. Green Iris

I have grown GREEN EYED LADY for several years and most certainly,
yes, it is a great grower here in southwestern Tennessee.

But one day as I was standing admiring GREEN EYED LADY 
and my bloom for the day my neighbor drove by, rolled down his
window, and yelled "Hey, why don't you get one of those green
irises?"   In my yard it blooms more yellow than green.
Marilyn Vernon
Savannah, Tennessee

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