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Re: Louisiana iris in the midwest (was: Rot tolerance ...)


In a message dated 96-05-15 17:30:22 EDT, you write:

>I also have many cultivars which move north well.
>Steve  
>J. Steven Brown              Mt. Gretna Gardens      
>                             Iris and Daylilies.
>
>2493 Pinch Road
>Manheim, PA 17545-9466

Or another source, Lilyponds, the fish and aquatic plant nursery near
Frederick Maryland! You can buy the gorgeous Louisiana BLACK GAMECOCK from
them for only $17.00 each!!!   NOT!  Some profit margin! Clarence Mahan in
VA!





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