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Re: CAT: Aril and Arilbred Cataglogs

  • Subject: Re: CAT: Aril and Arilbred Cataglogs
  • From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 07:48:54 -0800

From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

Steve Rust wrote:
> But, I cannot seem to get anyone to tell me if there are other
> aril/arilbred specialists catalogs available, who puts them out and their
> address!  One of the major ways I learn about a new group of iris (new to
> me) is to send for catalogs with good descriptions.  This is a very
> comfortable method for me, as I can go over the information again and
> again.

I guess the best source online is the list of catalogs on Tom Little's page at:


once there if you do search for aril you will find 5 or 6 supliers.

Next is to look in the back of the AIS bulletins.

I got mine from Sharon McAllister (who is not doing a catalog this year), Lu
Danielson, Superstition, the ASI sale and local sales. I think there is
someone else on the list who offers them but I can't remember. (Walter is it you?)

Search the archives for "aril". You will get a lot of hits and may have to
wade through them, but as you do you will probably get a lot of good info.
(you might try "aril AND catalog" first to see what happens)

That's the best I can offer for now.

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