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From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Celia writes:
>That's a funny idea. But I'd like to point out that place names are not 
always the best tools for marketing an iris. Thelma Carrington had a 
nice little plant she named TAR RIVER. That's a real river and so forth, 
but who wants to an iris named TAR RIVER?
>And who would want an iris named TOAD SUCK? I mean, *think* boys.

I agree! Like, who would want an iris named SHEEP WASH CREEK, and, 
believe me, nearly every country town in Australia has a SWC hidden away 
somewhere. No prizes for guessing where the name originated.
O.K. Sorry, it's stopped raining now, I'll go and plant my euphorbias.
- Jan Clark

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