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re: CAT:Jackson & Perkins

Howdy All

The prices may not be cheap, but it is worth noting that that price is for 5 
rhizomes, not just one.  Means that they aren't nearly so bad.

I assume that that would be comparable to most other "individual" sellers 
(i.e that sell individually not in groups of 5).

Thought it was worth mentioning before people started being amazed at the 


Paul Tyerman
Canberra, Australia
USDA equiv. approx. Zone 8

Check out the newer irises available at Jackson & Perkins, but look at the 

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