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Re: Huber iris/old books

-----Original Message-----
From: Debby Wheeler <foxbrook@javanet.com>
To: Iris -talk@onelist.com <Iris -talk@onelist.com>
Date: Thursday, January 14, 1999 6:56 PM
Subject: Huber iris/old books

Just catching up on the posts and there was some discussion about whether Andy Wheeler @ Foxbrook would have any new/ different Huber irises on his list this year and unfortunately the answer is no. His list will be ready late February  and feature Spring shipping again.The one time special items this year will be an extensive listing of mostly older Iris books that we have been collecting for a few years and have decided to sell this year. Some of the older, rare ones are only 1 copy while others we have 3 or 4 copies.   Please email us to get on mailing list if interested. Thanks Debby Wheeler Foxbrook Iris Farm Foxbrook@javanet.com

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