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Re: Iris Grower


From: Denise Stewart <stewartd@proaxis.com>

Is this called an addiction?<LOL>  Sounds like all of us, need a support
group, as I  want to us most of the 2 acres our house sits on for iris and
my hubby, said think again...boo hoo.
Denise in OR


At 12:16 AM 9/6/98 EDT, you wrote:
>From: ItsRoTalk@aol.com
>
>In a message dated 9/5/98 11:59:01 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
>iristg@stjohntelco.com writes:
>
><< 
> When you talk about needing "space" for iris, my husband has the best idea.
> We've had many customers and tourists that have the same "problem".
> He's decided to sell "Roundup" in our little gift shop -- for those who
> would like to have less grass!!
> Janet >>
>
>Ha Ha!! Round-up!!! I went one better than Round-up this spring. I rented a
>Bobcat and completely plowed off my back yard, putting in 7 huge raised beds.
>I have NO grass!! I have planted a little over 300 Irises this summer and am
>almost out of space. I asked my dog if she wanted to live in the house so I
>could have her yard but...she said no.  :(
>Now I'm looking at my front yard but my husband isn't very pleased with that
>idea!
>Joni
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