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Re:re CULT: help to ID now best blues

  • Subject: Re:re CULT: help to ID now best blues
  • From: "Robert and Linda Karr" <rlkarr@povn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2008 11:36:18 -0800

I have grown Busy Being Blue and loved it, but lost it a year or so ago.  Where might one purchase any of the recommended blue iris:  Shining Waters, Cahokia, Yankee Pride, Jean Silbelis?
Linda, in soggy and cold northeast WA state with about 2 feet of snow and ice on the iris fields.
Robert and Linda Karr
Newport Naturals At Spruce Corner
Iris and Alpaca Farm
205 N Craig Avenue
Newport, WA  99156

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