- Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-BIO
- From: John Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- 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?
> 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
> 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
> 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.
> (Bonne) also hybridize iris and began introducing new iris last year.
> We are both retired educators and have set up our garden to be
> 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
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