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SPEC: SIGNA Seed Exchange


Each year the Species Iris Group of North American conducts a seed
"exchange".  Over 500 selections of seed from iris species, named iris
cultivars and other iris family plants are available for purchase by SIGNA
members. The seed list is mailed in late December.

If you are not yet a SIGNA member, you can participate by joining with your
seed order. (The $5 membership fee also buys you 2 issues of our newsletter
packed with information about species irises and automatically puts you on
the seed exchange mailing list for next year.) Reply to me privately with
your name and postal address THIS WEEK to receive the initial mailing of the
seed list.  You want in early before all the good stuff sells out!

Visit the SIGNA web site for more details on SIGNA the seed exchange:

SIGNA members:  You will be sent the list automatically. ('No need to reply
to this message.)

Rodney Barton 
SIGNA Membership Secretary

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