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  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] AB: OYEZ
  • From: Kitty Johnston kitty@ojai.net
  • Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 08:45:19 +0000

I am so pleased to read this as I just received mine in the mail too.  I hope
I have as good luck!  It's a beautiful flower.

laurief wrote:

> Astoundingly, this arilbred, which I have been told is often extremely
> difficult to grow, not only survived its first winter in my frigid garden
> AND the killer winter-spring transition that proved fatal to over 150
> different TB cultivars, but it actually *bloomed*!!!  The most amazing
> element of this accomplishment, however, is the fact that I didn't
> receive this rz until Oct last year,

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