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From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>
> Hello all.  For those who haven't "met" me already, my bio:
> I have been growing irises for most of my 52 yrs, at this beautiful but
> miserable excuse for a garden spot for the last 30 yrs.
> So, I'm here to share what I learn, ask more interminable questions, and
> hear what's happening in the iris-world.
     I am glad you have come on over to Iris-Talk.  Recently, someone else
in east Tennessee joined this list.  It is great to have you with us.  How
is that SDB LITTLE SHOWOFF doing?  
     Yesterday, I noticed that my single surviving fan of the SIB MARANATHA
has two small increase.  Will it survive or not?  Only time will tell.  

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.  	[Mostly Cloudy, 86 F or 30 C]

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