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Re: OT: New Zealand Iris Info


Why don't you come to Oz as well

Some rebloomers, lots of gardens

--- In iris-talk@y..., "Barbara-Jean (BJ) Jackson" <jacksonb@b...> 
> Good evening everyone,
> I am usually a lurker on this group, but am now turning to you for 
> help.  In January 2002, I will be vacationing in New Zealand and 
> although I know there won't likely be any iris blooming at that 
> I am looking for people/gardens I may connect with or visit while 
> there.  We will be spending most of our time on the north island 
> would like to fit iris into our trip if possible.
> Any information/contacts which anyone can provide would be greatly 
> appreciated.  I can be contacted at either jacksonb@m... 
> or jacksonb@b... .  TIA,
> BJ in SW MB, USDA Zone 3, Canadian Prairies

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