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Re: Miss Jessica Iris


Cindy,
 
MISS JESSICA is available from Riverview Iris Gardens (Tony & Irene DeRose), Caldwell, Idaho. You can access their online catalog at www.riverview-iris-gardens.com.
 
Jeff Walters
in northern Utah (USDA Zone 4)

cindy koch <aggiesuekoch@hotmail.com> wrote:
I have searched the internet for hours for someplace who sells Miss Jessica 
Iris bred by Nebeker in 1997. Can anyone tell me where I can purchase this 
iris? Thanks Cindy
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