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Re: OT-BIO

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-BIO
  • From: John Jones <jijones@usjoneses.com>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2001 20:48:29 -0700

Bonne (and Scott)

Welcome to the list. 
Being from Atascadero you probably know of Forte's Iris Garden.

What are the names of some of the irises you have introduced?

John

scottsiris@aol.com wrote:
> 
>     Greetings from the heat the dirt of the Central Coast of Calif.
> We are
> the Scott's, Jack and Bonne.  We own and opperate SCOTT'S IRIS GARDENS
> in
> Atascadero, CA.  Currently we grow and sell TB, IB, BB & SDB iris as
> well as
> daylilies.  We begain our adventure into the world of farmer/growers
> in 1996
> and have now developed almost every square inch of our property into
> growing
> and educational fields (that's about four plus acres of gardens with
> the rest
> for buildings and critters).
>     We carry over 500 variety's of iris and over a hundred daylilies.
> I
> (Bonne) also hybridize iris and began introducing new iris last year.
>     We are both retired educators and have set up our garden to be
> both
> comfortable and educational.  To that end, we teach classes on
> gardening and
> host hundreds of school children each season.  We know that we are not
> 
> experts, only people who love our garden and the best gardening
> lessons come
> from our customers.
>     We are glad to join a group of folks who love to garden (iris) as
> well.
> B.
> 
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