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Re: Ordering from Cayeux


Neil and Char  --  Thanks to both of you for your advice.  Meantime, Cayeux
has responded, telling me to just list France as the country of residence.
I have done that.  Now, their online order form won't permit me to proceed
until I list a French phone number.  Sacre bleu!  The error message says
that the phone number "must contain five chars".  Since I am sure they are
not talking about fish, I assume that they are using the archaic term for
"characters".  I have tried entering Cayeux' own phone number, as well as
every combination of numbers I can think of.  Nothing works.  So, I have
sent them another e-mail.  I hope this succeeds, because our various U.S.
growers (Keith, Schreiners, Sutton, etc.) don't have the particular varietes
that I want.  Stay tuned, mes amis.

Neil, I'm sorry to hear about the excessive rain }ou've been experiencing.
Here, it's been the opposite.  The ground is cracking because of the
dryness, and I've lost a couple of my SDB seedlings which I transplanted
several weeks ago.  Meantime, we had a nice, overcast day here this morning,
so I watered the front iris beds for an hour.  Just now, we have had a
steady rain for about half an hour, and now the sun's out.  It's always the
way, isn't it?  --  Griff


----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil A Mogensen" <neilm@charter.net>
To: "Iris-talk" <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 8:12 AM
Subject: RE: [iris] Ordering from Cayeux


> Char Holte asks, "Isn't there someone here who sells there stuff?"
>
> Not Schreiners, except by derived status.  Cayeux introductions are
imported
> directly and carried by Keith Keppel, along with several other
international
> breeders (Blyth, Grosvenor, Taylor and others) otherwise difficult for
> American growers to obtain.
>
> Since Keith doesn't have a website, the direct route is to order his well
> presented catalog directly from him.
>
> Neil Mogensen  z 7  Reg 4  western NC mountains
>
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