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Re: Spring Hill, Any Good?


Spring Hill has mats all pre-planted for gardens, shade gardens, sunny 
gardens.  Spring Hill makes the choices for you -- and that's the weakness..
it's the lazy gardener's way out of the time consuming problems of getting
the addresses of iris growers (and this LIST has already discussed THAT!!)
and getting those catalogues, and reading them and talking to your buddies
about them, and making decisions, and all that ---- if you want to cut to the
chase, and get really really old standards, go for it!! But if you want to
"be serious" about iris, it's a seminar and three quarters to find what
appeals to YOU (underlined) and make your own choices!!

Carolyn Schaffner, climging down, at least part of the way, in Buffalo, NY





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