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Re: Tempo Two Catalog

From: "Rusty Thornsburg" <rtburg@hotmail.com>

>Pardon the innocence of a newcomer to Iris and the list. What is the 
>list? How do you get it?  Who can I contact to get the Tempo Two 

Hi Jim, welcome to the list.  We were all there once, and those who say 
they weren't are lying. <g>

Tempo Two is a commercial iris garden in Australia, run by Barry Blyth. 
All of his irises are imported here to the US by Keith Keppel and 

The catalog is worth getting though, even if only for "eye candy" 
purposes.  The address to write is:
PO Box 1109, Pearcedale 3912, Victoria, Australia.

The telephone number is:
(03) 5978 6980 .... (I think the international dialing code is 011, then 
there's a country code... it's been a while since I've called 

Hope this helps,

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