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Re: Awards Show

Mark Thornsburg wrote:
> Hi, everyone.
> The moment some of you have been waiting for...
> The first ever "Striking Iris Poll" results are in!
> The results were very diverse...and yet there was a clear- cut winner.
> Some people interpreted striking as *mesmerizing* while others had to
> stop the music and take a closer look.  So, on to the awards...
> Most striking fake iris.
> This iris only received one vote, but, as with all products of warped
> minds, it must be seen to be believed.  It is... MAYTAG RED.  You can
> see it at:
> http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/5570/maytag.htm
> (Donald Mosser's web page.)

Nice job on the poll.  Particularly liked the Maytag Red.  Had all the
qualities I'd like to see in a garden flower.  Now if we could only
breed it in GE Blue, Hotpoint Orange, Kenmore Yellow or Whirlpool Gold .
. . 

You up to the challenge?

Al Limberg
Concord, CA

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