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Re: Iris Grower

From: "Robert & Patricia Roberson" <patrob@centex.net>

My husband has just "announced" that he will grow only one tomato plant next
year.  I think he has enough salsa, tomato sauce, canned tomatoes for a LONG
time!!  Translates to more room for irises for me!!  A couple of years ago I
started encroaching on his veggie garden a bit -- dig a little here and
there and pop in a rhizome.  Fortunately, he enjoys flowers as much as I do.

We're selling the house in town and moving just outside of town on 1 1/2
acres with more room for you-know-what!

Patricia Roberson, in Goldthwaite, Tx, where I guess we'll go from hotter
than .... to winter one of these days!

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