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Re: SAMSON, Re: Weeds

> Does everybody have a catalog from Hermit Medlars Walk?  It kind of
> specializes in -other-than-tb's.  Most of the Medians mentioned here are
> available there, SAMSON, LUMINATA, etc etc etc. and at decent prices.
>         Has anyone had experience with Bill and Ada Godfrey?  They say
> this is their first catalog, and it has photos.  They are in Foxborough,
> Ma (isn't there a stadium up there??)
>         The Godfreys are, they say, passionate about rebloomers, and list
> several small bearded iris that rebloom.
>         Incidentally, here's a question to provoke passionat flaming and
> undue stress --
>         What's a median iris?  The handbook doesn't use that as a distinction.
> Carolyn Schaffner

Carolyn - I have an extra copy of Hermit Medlars Walk- 1996 if you still 
need it.  e-mail me and I will send it.

Washing away in SW Virginia,
Dennis Stoneburner

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