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Re: TB:HYB seedling

In a message dated 5/25/2003 8:35:59 AM Central Daylight Time, irisbuff@bentonrea.com writes:

New pattern in the seedling bed this morning. Involving SUN ADA BEACH "04 .   Everything else is great and will be looking for pollen sometime today.


I often visit your site and did so recently. On that visit, I decided Sun Ada Beach was unique among irises destined to hit the market. It received the Burleson Award for Most Appropriately Named Iris. Looks exactly like the sun risin' over the ocean beach.

Now you show it to throw a grand offspring. Quit! It hurts my dabbin' ego. <BG>

I never cease gettin' reeducated each time I visit your site. Thanks for real.

Bill Burleson 7a/b

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