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Re: Terra Nova address

	Beth Metty wrote:

>Looking for an address for Terra Nova - must have ditched the last

	This was posted on the SIBROB but they also have other perennials.
	The only have an on-line catalog starting this year and are
	located in Minneapolis, MN, USA. I include it for members of the

	Ellen G. wrote on the SR:

	There are 52 Siberians listed and most of them are the usual suspects.
	:-) Here is the URL:


	There are also a good listing of Louisianas for Zone 4. Hemerocallis
	and others.


	Lois Girton wrote on the SR:

	Terra-Nova is the new name for Cooper's Garden.  Joan Cooper sold the
 	business to Penny Aguirre in about 1992-3.  Penny sold to another
 	group/person last year and they changed the name to Terra-Nova.



Ellen Gallagher  / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
Siberian iris robin   /   sibrob@ncia.net
Northern New Hampshire, USA / USDA Zone 3


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