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Re: ooohhh noooo...

Thank you, Harold. They were very knowledgeable, lots of fun to talk 
to, and very eager to get us set up with exactly what we wanted for 
our conditions and our personal tastes. I really enjoyed the 
afternoon there. They even sent us off toting their favorite mulch to 
help shape up our garden prior to planting.

I'm afraid I took far more photos of irises than I bought- we came 
out with only an order for 19.  Too bad our yard is so small.   

But we're already making plans to build another home. The next one 
will have a dedicated iris garden!

Do all irises sparkle like that? I was mesmerized.


--- In iris-photos@y..., "Harold Peters" <harold@d...> wrote:
> Deb, it's a match. Byron's Aarstad is the owner and lives on E. 
Harney. His
> garden will be one of the Region 14 guest gardens at next year's 
> Regional. Byron should be able to help identify most of your irises,
> especially if you have the list of what you purchased.


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