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Re: Planting times

In a message dated 96-07-01 22:34:27 EDT, Carolyn S. wrote...

>	Bruce H ***, Clarence will know the last name, puts SIBERIAN and 
>JAPANESE in pots, these pots in a child's swimming pool,

The name you are referring to is Dr. Bruce L. Hornstein.  The late, great
Japanese iris breeder Adoph Vogt was a great advocate of growing Japanese
irises in pots in plastic wading pools....he wrote several articles on the
subject.  Clarence Mahan in VA

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