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Dear friends on iris talk,
I am pleased to advise that we have updated our IRIS HAVEN WEBSITE several months earlier than normal to have it coincide with the northern hemisphere spring.
As mentioned earlier on iris-talk, IRIS HAVEN will be trialling the shipping directly into the USA and Canada in 1999 of our iris to give our friend Farron Campbell of Lone Star Iris Gardens in Garland, TX time for his garden to recover and re-stock following the disasters of summer, 1998.
Our website is located at:
You are welcome to take a peek and see what wonderfully hardy, Australian-bred Louisiana Iris we have on offer for 1999.
Cheers for now,
Heather Pryor

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