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Sources for I.fulva


On 12/15/96, Diana Louis writes:
>Could anyone provide the name of another supplier
>hopefully in Zone 4/5? 

Iris-L friends:

Here are 3 gardens that have I.fulva listed in their 1996 catalogs, if
you're interested, you might write them about their 1997 catalog and
availability:

Redbud Lane Iris Garden, Rt 1, Box 141, Kansas, IL 61933
	phone 217-948-5478

Bois d'Arc Gardens, 1831 Bull Run Road, Schriever, LA 70395
	phone 504-446-2329

The Iris Gallery, 33450 Little Valley Rd, Ft. Bragg, CA 95437
	phone 707-964-3907

Good luck to all in your search.

Rick Tasco





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