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Re: Guidelines for Iris Orders

From: "J.F. Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>

   From: Vicki Craig <craigiris@earthlink.net>

>>Would welcome any additional ideas to add to these guidelines.<<

Patricia's mention of color reproduction brought one more guideline to add.......

7. Read the *description* of the iris so you'll have an idea of what the true colors are. 

Wildly in love with the gorgeous photos in all the catalogs she was ordering from, a friend neglected to take the time to actually read the text. 

One cv looked as though it had gold standards and mahogany falls in the photo. Shortly after it started blooming, I became the recipient of the whole clump of VIGILANTE. :-)

Christy Hensler

Newport, WA

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