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Re: LSG closes - it was news to us too!

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> I feel that the Heather should have been notified first, then the
> made that they were closing.  I imagine Heather was concerned about her 
> stock that Farron has.  
     This would have only been the honest thing to do, so that Heather
could make arrangements with another North American grower.  

Heather:  You could consider having your stock moved to Iris City Gardens
in Nashville, Tennessee, or to Pine Ridge Gardens in London, Arkansas. 
Both deal with Louisiana Irises, and have good reputations.  I would expect
that either source would be glad to deal with your plants.  This is only an
idea, that may or may not be feasible.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.	[Low 56 F, High 87 F]  

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