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Re: new to this list...

Hi Heather - welcome to the list.

My other (better) half Kate has a degree in Art History and also a
post-graduate diploma in Heritage Interpretation. We've also not long set up
home together - we are in our second home, having been living together just
16 months - both tiny little flats with no garden. Our new home (we've been
here just 8 weeks) has a nice big balcony (it's on the first floor) and we
plan to grow lots of plants in tubs. The only iris in evidence is bucharica
(plus some cut xiphiums from the florist).
But, by day I work at my family nursery here in the next village, so that's
why I'm on this list! We grow 27000 bearded iris plants in about 350
varieties, historic and modern. We also have a large collection of siberians
(I've not counted, but about 50 varieties). Also JIs, species and other bits
and pieces.

Hope you enjoy the list.

Graham Spencer
Croftway Nursery, Barnham, Sussex, UK
USDA zone 8

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