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Re: {iris talk}CAT: (was pseud & labels)

From: Cliff Snyder <snyder@eden.com>

StorYlade@aol.com wrote:
> From: StorYlade@aol.com
> In a message dated 1/19/1999 11:26:43 AM Central Standard Time,
> redear@infinet.com writes:
> << > >This is astounding.  Has anybody else had this experience with
>  Schreiners'?
>   >>
> My opinion--for what it's worth.  If I were told I could only buy 1 iris in
> 1999, (please--no! No! no! (a thousand fold!)) and I were told to place my
> order where I would get an iris properly labeled, in good growing shape, and
> where it would be replaced if something happened, I would send my money to
> Schreiners.  Overly big irises may be water logged and should be dried out a
> bit before they are planted.  Now a word on bonus iris . . . they aren't too
> good with bonus irises unless you send them a letter and supply a long list of
> acceptable bonuses.  Don't be afraid to request 99 introductions if you've
> placed a good order.
> After 17 years of buying irises from all corners of the contiguous United
> States, this is my opinion.
> Betty

As a grower I can vouch for the integrity of Schreiner's. Dave and Ray
and all the group do a fantastic job. Their plants set the standard for
accuracy and size.

Cliff Snyder			Zone 8
Rainbow Iris Farm		Austin, Tx

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