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NZ Iris Book

Hello everyone

>received Karen Glasgow's book Irises for New Zealand.  This book was
>mentioned on the list some time ago.  It is very good, and some of the
>pictures are stunning.   Clarence Mahan in VA

Ditto to that statement Clarence I have had my copy for a while (well I have
a home ground advantage) I bought my copy when it was first mentioned on the
list & I think it is one of the best books I have read on iris nothing too
"techie" for the average gardener but full of useful things to know.

I will now go & cut all my iris blooms as the weather here is packing in &
gale force wind warnings with heavy rain warnings are being broadcast.  
Where has my spring/summer gone ? ? ?
Who is trying to convince her husband that the cows don't really need that
itty bitty paddock outside the garden fence ! ! !
Sonya van der Hulle at mcsmudh@wave.co.nz
Edgecumbe,The Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand. 
temp.-2C or 28F in the winter.  31C or 88F in the summer. zone 9 
The first country to see the light of the new day.

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