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[PHOTO] Re: Seedling I-103b

What could be more fun than looking at these beauties on a day when you can't go outside.  Thanks.

lilylvr wrote:

Thankyou Eleanor for sharing. what a beautiful group of pictures.Wendy
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Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2001 7:04 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Seedling I-103b
 Ditto on the testing for me as well.  My garden is an Official Iris Display
garden for both DIS & MIS, only the 2nd one in Canada.  I don't breed them
nor sell them.  I grow them because I love them all!!!  They get tested hard
in this Canadian ColdZone.  For a limited time, you can look at some of my
garden pictures at:


Once I get a digital camera, some of these pictures will be replaced, since
they were only taken so I could admire them during the long winter months!
:)  If you see an iris mis-labelled, please do let me know.  Our 2 shepherds
have been known to "weed" indiscriminately!

El, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Z3

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