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Re: OT: Garden Magazines

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/11/1999 8:36:27 AM Central Standard Time, BILLS@hsc.edu

 Try to sell a magazine article on irises here in the States, and you get
 "Oh, we did iris last year." >>

I spent a lot of time in a variety of doctor's waiting rooms during the month
of Dec.  Saw a back issue of some gardening magazine.  It had an article on
reblooming irises and featured one picture of Sue and Ken Kramer in St. Louis.
Other pictures of irises only.  Don't remember the name of the author or the
mag., but it was 1998.  Catalog mentioned was one I am not familiar with.  It
didn't mention any of the higher profile suppliers in the iris community.
(Didn't even mention the Kramer's business.)


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