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REF: Australian Gardening Magazines

I don't know whether you can buy Aussie gardening mags in the U.S., but
"Your Garden" which is usually full of ads, and pictures, redeemed itself in
the Sept. issue, with an article on irises, and iridaceous species, with
some lovely photos of a fairly balanced selection of blooms. A great article
for introducing people to irises other than TB's.
What a pity they spoilt this in another article, by labelling a pale blue TB
plicata as a siberian iris.

Cheers, Jan

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