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Re: Vancouver Island/Salt Spring Island Visits in May

From: Sandy Ives <rives@home.com>

Rosalie, Vancouver Island gardens are fully recovered in early March (if
not January 15th), at least by Ottawa standards :-)

Very true, visits the first week of May could be a problem, especially
if the exchange rate between the $US and the $CDN improves to the
benefit of Canadian iris lovers.  What a choice, my 1999 garden orders
vs the AIS convention!


Sandy Ives in Ottawa Ontario Canada - Zone 4 something...where the white
mulch lies thick, but light, upon the ground... and the Rideau Canal has
openned for skating.

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