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Re: Spring Hill, Any Good?

James Lee wrote:
> I am thinking about placing an order for some iris (to be delivered this
> fall) from Spring Hill.  I would like to get people's opinions on this
> mail order facility.
> NO!!!!  If you want good iris, that is not the place to order.  If you 
are an AIS member, there are wonderful growers listed in the back of 
the Bulletin.  If not, drop someone a line and we will gladly give you 
some near to where you live. 

Dennis who had to threaten Spring Hill to drop me from their Mailing 
List!!!  (UGH)

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