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Re: New Iris Supplier Catalogs

Donald writes

:When should I plan on sending out requests for 1997 catalogs?

Any time during the next few months.
:Is there a generally accepted time when most new catalogs are available? by
:February or March?

Yes to both. A few eager growers send out catalogs in January, and some
wait until April or even May.

:Has anyone ever ordered Lousiana irises from "Bois d'Arc Gardens" or the
:"Louisiana Nursery" which advertise in the AIS Bulletin? Or can anyone
:recommend a supplier with a large selection (100 or more) of Louisiana irises?
Perry Dyer's Contemporary Gardens has a very good selection of Louisianas.
Check out the address in the catalog list on the Iris-L web site.

Cheers, Tom.

Tom Tadfor Little                  telp@Rt66.com
Santa Fe, New Mexico (USA)
Telperion Productions  http://www.rt66.com/telp/

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