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Re: Irises for northern MN

KIM in Northern Minnesota -- try buying iris at your local Iris Club's or
Regional's Sale which aught to be pretty soon, Western New York's sale is
July 27.  What cultivars are you looking for??  We sell ours for 1/2 the 
price listed in the catalogues, Schreiner's, Cooley's, etc.
Additionally, Chuck Chapman, 11 Harts Lane, Guelph, Ont. N1L 1B1, Canada
is no doubt close to your zone (being north of Buffalo, it's gotta be cold,
right??)  -- Lee DeJ lives in zone 3 -- 

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo NY where its zone 10 tonite, but usually it's

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