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RE: I. Unguicularis

Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
>  I also disagree with Ian, I grow as many species as my climate allows, and a
> few that it does not (under lights in the basement).
> I would appreciate some sourcing information.
> Kathy Guest, E. Aurora, NY


The Species Iris Group of North America (SIGNA) issuses a seed list each
year about this time.  I've purchased seeds of I. Unguicularis from
them.  One catch-- you must be a member to purchase the seeds  However
their dues are quite modest.  Four or Five dollars per year from what I
remember.  If your interested in joining write Colin Rigby, 18341
Paulson St. SW Rochester, WA 98579.  

Rick Tasco
Central California, Warm and Sunny in the 60's
Zone 8.5

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