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Re: Spring Hill, Any Good?

In a message dated 96-07-30 10:20:21 EDT, you write:

>bulbs of all types from Breck's,


sorry to say, Breck's IS Springhill... or some kissin' cousin anyway

There are so many good folks out there who do a QUALITY job, and don't charge
the prices these folks do (both SH and Breck's), that I would hope we'd give
them a try.  I believe Scott Aitken has a list of AIS iris vendors, and I'd
be happy to recommend bulb places by private e-mail to anyone interested.

Kathyguest - who will soon be obsessing on spring bulbs again as the catalogs
drift in

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