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RE: OT: iris on QVC

Some of the first iris I ever bought were from Spring Hill:  dried out, 
outdated, so-so priced, no selection.  I didn't know better.  Stick to iris 
catalogs, not bulb catalogs.  Much better stuff and much better condition, 
usually.  Bay View Gardens always sends me the healthiest rhizomes. 
 Shreiners and Cooleys have good selection and lots of pictures.

John Reeds

From: 	Michael D. Greenfield[SMTP:redear@infinet.com]
Reply To: 	iris-talk@egroups.com
Sent: 	Friday, August 04, 2000 9:06 PM
To: 	iris-talk@egroups.com
Subject: 	Re: [iris-talk] OT:  iris on QVC

> From: Starlord <starlord@qnet.com>
> QVC is one of those outfits that sell stuff on T.V., and most of their
> stuff is junk too.

There iris come from Spring Hill, which is owned by Michigan Bulb. Need I
say more. That was last year. They could have changed suppliers.

Mike Greenfield
SW Ohio Zone 5b

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