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OT: Other Plant Lists

From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 7/15/99 9:06:58 AM Eastern Daylight Time, jyang1@home.com 

<< By the way, do you know of other plant lists like Iris-talk? I'm 
interested in rare plants. >>

There are several interesting lists which are archived at Mallorn Computing 
just like the Iris-list. There is a sophisticated shade gardens list, and a 
very interesting perennials list, for example. Both cover a wider range of 
plant material than the Iris list, which is fairly narrow in its focus.You 
can read some of the posts at the archives to see which lists you wish to 
join and the how-to-join info is right there as well. Here is the URL:


Anner Whitehead

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