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My photographer colleague, Harry Haralambou and I are working on a 
lavishly illustrated, upscale book about iris with a major publisher. 
We have had ten books published on gardening. We are looking for iris 
gardens or gardens with substantial plantings of iris,  in the North 
East and Mid Atlantic portions of the country.  Many of you have 
already made recommendations and I will be acknowledging those 
today.  If anyone knows of any fine gardens in this part of the 
country which we could photograph (private and commercial), we would 
be most grateful for any leads.  We will of course, abide by all 
requests of garden owners, that is whether or not they wish their 
names to be included, or locations. Many thanks.  Theodore James, Jr. 

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