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Re: REF: Books about Irises


>     There are several good books about Irises that are available.  The
>WORLD OF IRISES is available directly through the American Iris Society.
>Also, THE JAPANESE IRIS (McEwen), THE SIBERIAN IRIS (The small book by
>McEwen a few years ago)   (snip)

	McEwen has a new (1996) and enlarged book on Siberian Irises and
	it can be ordered from the Siberian section and also from Timber
 	Press and probably other places as well, now.

	Cheers,

	Ellen








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