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Re: re: i.setosa, i. versicolors, i. spuria Christy Hensler

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] re: i.setosa, i. versicolors, i. spuria Christy Hensler
  • From: "Bob & Donna Lockman" <thelockmans@tntie.com>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 21:44:15 -0400

The book you mention is a good one! I have it and the one Bill Shear wrote, "The Gardener's Iris Book" and between the two, I get answers to almost everything I need to know. I want to add two others to my collection, though, and they are: "The Japanese Iris",  by McEwen,  and "The Iris", by Brian Mathew. My iris resource shelf will be complete then, I think. Then , add this site, and I should be able to grow my iris to perform their best in my garden!

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