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Re: OT: Encyclopedia on CD-ROM....was Australian Book

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: OT: Encyclopedia on CD-ROM....was Australian Book
  • From: Rika <missrika@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Feb 1998 16:34:58 -0700 (MST)

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> > Does anyone know if a good encyclopedia like the one mentioned above
> is
> > available on CD-ROM?
> The Western Garden CDROM from Sunset is not nearly that big, but
> it seems to have all the info in the book, with a pretty good search
> engine. You can do things like ask for white fall-blooming perennials
> that are 4-8" tall. I use it frequently to check spelling of the lists
> of plants we are going to have at our club's plant table, which I put
> in our monthly newsletter.
> BTW, Rick, there have been two instances where I have liked someone's
> spelling or pronunciation of a word better than the original. One was
> a math prof who called a tilde a twiddle. The other is your spelling
> "foliage" as  "foilage." In both cases it really seems it should have
> been that way.                                           ;-)
> Gerry, just in from some weeding
> --
> gcsnyd@loop.com    AIS Region 15
> Warm, winterless Los Angeles
> President of San Fernando Valley Iris Society

Hi all-Michael Dirr's CD on Shrubs is amazing and well worth the price -
I believe His next one will be on Perennials -- and it should be out
very soon if not already out.

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