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Re: December 13 rebloom report/color pictures

In a message dated 96-12-13 01:25:35 EST, you write:

>It's amazing what can be in bloom after 4 frosts (albeit light ones) and
>over 12 inches of rain the past month!! Rick Tasco

And the rest of us are just wishing for color pictures on a calendar!  Oh,
this is too cruel.  Let's all move to iris heaven.  : <

Rick, does your catalog have color photos?  If not, how much would you charge
to mail us all a color photo collection of your December blooms?  Right now
of course.  And with labels.  : )

Juding from all the iris withdrawal symptoms on this list, it does seem like
there is a big entrepreneurial opportunity to market a photo collection of
newer introductions, especially of iris by hybridizers not well represented
in the the big color catalogs.  Sort of a catalog that you can't order from.
 Does anybody know if the $5 for the Schreiner catalog covers cost of
producing it?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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