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Re: CAT: Catalog ready!


>Hi all--
>
>The 1998 version of Superstition Iris Gardens catalog is now ready for
>mailing!  Customers of the past two years plus those who requested the
>catalog last year are on the mailing list.  Anyone else can acquire a
>copy by sending a check for $1.50 to Superstition Iris Gardens, 2536 Old
>Highway, Cathey's Valley, CA 95306.
>
>The descriptive catalog (no color) lists over 1,150 bearded iris in all
>classes from miniature dwarf up to and including talls; plus hundreds of
>rebloomers, a wide selection of arilbreds, and an extensive Historic
>iris listing.
>
>We are introducing 7 iris this year--3 of our own, 1 from Hall Bradshaw
>of Tempe, Arizona and 3 from Brad & Kathie Kasperek of Zebra Gardens in
>Utah.
>
>Please direct any further questions about our catalog to our private
>e-mail address  randrcv@sierratel.com
>
>Best wishes to all for a great bloom season!
>
>Rick & Roger
Der Rick and Roger: The first SDB opened today, the greenest iris ever.
Maybe when it stops raining it will look better, but I could not find it
beautiful. it is of the green amoena persuasion, and maybe when the sun
shines on it, the standards will bleach pure white. That would be nice.






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