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RE: Almaden (Maryott '90)

  • Subject: [iris-photos] RE: Almaden (Maryott '90)
  • From: Elmsterj@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 12:46:40 EDT


       I, for one, appreciate the photos.  Everyone close enough for me to visit has limited space, so I don't get to see all that many different iris.  And, as so often happens, people trade iris, and so one sees a lot of the same things.  I look at the photos on this site as not only educational, but as a "shopping list" of sorts.  And often, seeing iris from years ago gives me a trip down the old memory lane. 

       AND I appreciate seeing Almaden and the others WITH their raindrops.  There has been only one day in the bloom season this year when I could have photographed in the rain here.  So, for all of you who have complained about your weather, I'll be thinking about you when I'm out in the garden later hybridizing
(and "grinnin' ", as Bill Burleson would say). It's been in the low 70s here with sunshine.

Elm in Eastern Washington

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