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Re: need reblooming iris contacts.

From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

>   does any oneknow where i can find a nursery that has reblooming
> irises. i love them and don't have many but need some for hybridizing.
> any help would be appreciated in the matter.

     Sutton's Green Thumber is a good source for reblooming Bearded Irises.
Mike Sutton is a member of this list, but I don't have his e-mail address
available.  There is a web site at http://suttoniris.com
     When I lived in Kentucky, I ordered from them, and was highly
satisfied.  Thus I am comfortable recommending them.  But, Bearded Irises
don't like Florida...

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida

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