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Re: OT: Books

Note on my previous message.  I checked out the http site and found it only
lists "Growing Irises" by Grosvenor.  The catalog I received listed it and
also listed "Iris:  Flower of the Rainbow" by Grosvenor.  If the latter is
listed on the internet, I overlooked it.
> I received a mail order magazine on plant books last week.  Don't know
> I got on the list??!!  In any case, the Grosvenor book is listed for
> $55.00.  There are also six additional books dealing with irises only
> listed in the magazine (also daylilies, water gardening, hostas, etc). 
> magazine is as follows:
>                  Eureka Gardening Collection
>                  5586 Quail Creek Drive
>                  Granite Falls, NC  28630-9538
> The have an internet site listed:  http://users.twave.net/eureka
> Listed as being operated by Kay & Ken Gregory   "Fine books for gardeners
> and their good friends" is on the back cover.
> I am NOT endorsing this publication.  It is new to me.  Being the sucker
> for books that I am, I may try one or two, but I'm just passing this info
> along in case anyone is interested or may know about them and their
> reputation.  Also, I'm wondering if they have obtained the Grosvenor
> Donald
> donald@eastland.net
> rain tomorrow (maybe) - between Abilene and Fort Worth

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