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We have a very keen Dutch Iris fanatic as a member of our South 
Australian Iris Society.

She is looking for any/all information pertaining to Dutch.

Eg.  Where is the correct descriptions/photos, societies pertaining 
to Dutch, books, breeders, suppliers etc.

Can you help by sending me anything to assist as she is finding 
resources very limited.

I have been to look at her garden today and the dutch are just 
begining to bloom here in South Australia. 

One frustration experienced is suppliers in Australia call the same 
cultivar different names.  Does this happen elsewhere??  Is there a 
photo register of Dutch available. 

This would help a lot of our members as many grow dutch as well as 
other types.


Dian Mitterer

South Australian Iris Society


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