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Re: OT-BIO - Jim Horvitz

From: Marte Halleck <MorJHalleck@worldnet.att.net>

Welcome aboard, Jim.

I second Jeff Walters' comments about Aril & Arilbred irises being just
about ideal for your climate. Besides cruising thru the Iris-L/Iris-talk
archives, you might want to visit Tom Tadfor Littles website which,
among other delights, hosts the pages for the Aril Society Int'l. Lots
of good info & some cool photos!

Marte in the mtns	Zone 4/Sunset 1  Colorado  -- where I planted a bunch
of Arilbreds for the 1st time this Aug. in hopes that they'll flourish
in my HIGH desert garden, which is sunny & dry in the summertime.

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