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Re: REB: survivors and deaths

From: RYFigge@aol.com

Hi Linda - I'm going to "write" to you later, but this will do for the public
consumption now -- I remember hearing a West Coast hybridizer say it took him
5 years to get IMMORTALITY to bloom --- It didn't take me that long, but don't
give up ---- I have a Dykes collection (Am.Eng.Fr - as far as they went - and
I'm jnow trying to get the Australasian - except I don't like to grow
Louisianas -- they are beautiful - I love to see them - but I like for my
irises to stay where I put them and not run around !  Anyhow, there are
certain Dykes that will NOT grow well here in the East -- And I think a Dykes
should grow everywhere -- and I have replaced certain ones repeatedly -- THAT
is why VANITY is my favorite!  Rosalie nr Baltimore

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