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Re: FortWorth Iris Sale

In a message dated 97-09-25 19:24:50 EDT, you write:

>I > I took tons of no-name iris to our CIS sale and you know,
>I > they didn't sell very well.  Was so sad.
>I > Ginny <inanda@lindsaycomp.on.ca>
>    To bad, I would have at lest paid for postage for some to come
>to Hawaii!

Two thoughts here..... first of all, we are usually able to sell all our
no-names by writing a color on them.... pricing them right (3/$1) and calling

Second all all, who gets to go to Hawaii.... Ginny or some nasty plants???

Kathyguest... on a cold morning south of Buffalo

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