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Re: REF: Australian Gardening Magazines

I am new to many things, including love of irises.  How do I find out about 
iris catagloues, Magazines etc. in the states.  Your an experienced iris 
grower, hopefully a patient one.  Have spent time at the library with little 
results, (maybe due to the fact that I live in a rural area with a small 
library).  Am in desparate need of catalogues with color pictures, and any 
beginner book you can suggest.  Remember I am not a horticulturist, just an 
old farm woman that loves irises and has five acres she wants to fill with 

>From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: iris-talk@egroups.com
>To: iris-talk@egroups.com
>Subject: [iris-talk] REF: Australian Gardening Magazines
>Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 22:38:10 GMT
>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 
>the Sept. issue, with an article on irises, and iridaceous species, with
>some lovely photos of a fairly balanced selection of blooms. A great 
>for introducing people to irises other than TB's.
>What a pity they spoilt this in another article, by labelling a pale blue 
>plicata as a siberian iris.
>Cheers, Jan
>This one was bounced back by egroups too! What is going on?
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