Re: Followup to Spring Hill Question
James Lee wrote:
> Well looks like I opened a can-o-worms :-)
> Well from the sounds of it you folks don't like Spring Hill, which is
> fine cause I was trying to find out a good place to get iris. I did
> receive some private e-mail listing some great sites in Michigan to visit
> for iris. Some of these included: Ensata (said to be the best),
> Copelands, Anna Mae Miller, Hollingworth, and Hal Stahly. I was
> wondering if anyone knew of anywhere else in Michigan. Specifically I
> would be interested in places in Southeastern Michigan (the closer to
> Monroe the better).
> Also someone mentioned getting a Schrieners (spelling?) catalog, and I
> was wondering if I could bother someone for the address/phone number.
> P.S. I still need some more info on what to do with these I. pseudacorus
> seed pods.
> James Lee from Rainy Michigan (yeah!)
> "All I want is an iris and a pond to plant it by...."
James - Schreiners is on the Internet - Check TTL home page, I think it
is listed. Their address is Schreiner's Gardens 3629 Quinaby RD
Salem, OR 97303 Call 1-800-525-2367.
Riverdale Iris Garden - PO BOX 524 Rockford, MN 55373