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Excess iris?

  • Subject: Excess iris?
  • From: "adamj812" <adamj812@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 06:06:30 -0000

Anyone have any excess Iris they are looking to get rid of? :) I am 
trying to start a collection of named varieties if anyone is willing 
to help out, I'd be willing to pay for the shipping and a little 
extra compensation to possibly rescue some that were thinned out from 
the compost pile. I'm probably a little early in my request, just a 
thought though, also I have access to hundreds of varieties of hosta, 
maybe a trade can be worked out.


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