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Re: New Iris Supplier Catalogs


In a message dated 96-11-19 19:02:23 EST, you write:

>Don't they know we NEED those catalogs to get through the winter?  : )  Who
>are the January eager growers?
>
>

The first catalog that hits the Guest household is a favorite:  Keith Keppel
(PO Box 18154 - Salem, OR  97305)  $2 for a catalog - deductible on your
first order (and don't forget to mention that you heard it here!)

Kathyguest... who bought her first Australian irises through Keith





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