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INFO: Irises on the Internet



Irises on the Internet

1. WORLD WIDE WEB

Three irisarians have created pages devoted to irises on the
world wide web:

Jim Wilson         http://www.muohio.edu/~wilsonjh/
David Pane-Joyce   http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/iris/
Tom Tadfor Little  http://www.rt66.com/~telp/garden.htm

Two iris societies have pages on the web:

The Aril Society International,
                   http://www.rt66.com/~telp/asi.htm
Yakima Valley Iris Society,
                   http://www.owt.com/iris/

Thunder Ridge has a historic iris preservation garden:
                   http://msn.fullfeed.com/~thunder/garden/

Four commercial iris nurseries have web pages:

Schreiner's Iris Gardens (mostly tall bearded)
                   http://www.oregonlink.com/~salem/scva/iris/
Cooley's Gardens (tall bearded)
                   http://www.teleport.com/~cast/ciris06.htm
Mt. Gretna Gardens (beardless irises and daylilies)
                   http://www.redrose.net/mggarden/
Nicholls Gardens (rebloomers and beardless irises)
                   http://www.he.net/~ngardens/

2. EMAIL MAILING LIST

There is an email mailing list devoted to irises: Iris-L. To
subscribe, send email to LISTSERV@Rt66.com. In the body of
the message, type only the following:

SUB IRIS-L <yourname>

where <yourname> is your actual name (for example, J. Q. Public),
not your email address.

For more information, contact the list owner, Tom Tadfor Little, at
telp@Rt66.com

3. EMAIL ROBINS

Sharon McAllister is teaching robins to fly through cyberspace.
To find out about current and proposed email robins, contact
Sharon at 73372.1745@compuserve.com

4. EMAIL ROLODEX

Mike Lowe is maintaining a list of irisarians' email addresses.
If you have an email address, he'd love to have it. Contact
Mike at mikelowe@tricities.net

5.USENET NEWSGROUPS

There are no newsgroups devoted to irises, but the subject of
irises comes up regularly on the popular rec.gardens group.








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