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Re: CAT: Ordering From Australia

From: N8KXP@aol.com

In a message dated 12/21/98 3:12:43 PM, 73372.1745@compuserve.com writes:


I've had excellent results on February shipments from Australia.  That

means planting as the local iris are breaking dormancy, and the imports

have a chance to get established before the real heat arrives.  >>


Saw some really "steep" shipping costs quoted (Rusty? quoted $100).  Can you
give us an idea of what your experiences have been with shipping costs, elapse
times between ordering/shipping, etc??



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