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Re: Poll, LA - 1994

Ginny wrote:
> So how do I find which of this lovely list will be hardy in So.
> Ontario???
> --
> Ginny inanda@lindsaycomp.on.ca
> Zone 4b Clay Loam


You are on-line with Gloria McMillen, Norwich Ont. who has a whole
catalogue and garden full of irises for you to enjoy. Are you a member
of the Canadian Iris Society? If not, perhaps you should consider this,
as there are a number of crazy and enthusiastic Canadians out there who
would be more than willing to help you. (I can get away with saying
this, as I am a crazy and enthusiatic Canadian, myself.) Gloria's E-mail
address is: iris@execulink.com    Have fun!!

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