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Re: HIST needed

From: PWeixl@aol.com

 Hi all you old iris growers, by that I don't mean you are old or that I am 
in any way Histophobic or is that Historic irisophobic or cast any aspersions 
on the elderly, weather they grow iris or not :>) nevertheless here is my 
The Amherst Library and museum is a collection of Victorian era buildings 
with authentic gardens and grounds. They have approached our local iris 
society about donating iris for this project. The grounds are open to the 
public and have a lot of activity at them through out the year. There plan is 
to put a 3 foot wide by 15 feet long iris display bed in and the Western New 
York Iris Society will pay for and supply the iris. So my question is I need 
to find appropriate iris for this site by September 1. The dates of interest 
are 1835-1875. Can anyone help with either a list of varieties available from 
this era and does anyone have any available for either purchase or donation 
towards this project? I would think we would need 3 rhizomes of each variety 
and about 15-18 different iris. Please help, I am regrettably Historic Iris 
illiterate. Thanks Peter Weixlmann, Region 2, WNYIS 

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