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Re: OT: Introduction

Hi Holly,
You've joined a great group. If it's iris-related, it's here ('tho maybe a
bit more oriented to tall bearded than the other groups- this is just a
reflection of the popularity of the TBs). I suggest joining the American
Iris Society, buying the World of Iris as a great reference, and just doing
it! Anyway. welcome!

Jim Gibbons
NC Coast Zone 8A and sandy...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Holly D Tunning Canfield" <felanmoira@earthlink.net>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, July 26, 2003 4:12 PM
Subject: [iris] OT: Introduction

> Hello all!
> Thought I'd do a quick intro, don't know if we're supposed to or not.
> I'm Holly - 28, married and going back to school in August for vet tech.
> Irises are my favorite and I'm very interested in growing, hybridizing,
> etc.  I thought this list would be the best place for me to learn the
> ... before I start ordering irises.  The only ones I have, I have no name
> for - they're the "normal" purple ones, dark purple falls, lighter purple
> standards.
> So, any suggestions on books to buy and read, which irises maybe to start
> out with, etc, would be greatly appreciated.
> My dream is to someday have an iris farm like Rainbow Iris or maybe
> Cooley's (okay, I dream big, sue me ;) )
> Holly D Tunning Canfield
> Buckhannon, West Virginia
> Zone 5b
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