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Re:Symposium Voting, iris product

On Wed, 23 Oct 1996, Lee DeJongh wrote:

>  I got a mold to make stepping stones which has an iris on it.

> I got this from An  outfit called Garden Supply Company in a group of four
> molds, total price about 20 dollars.  The others were columbine, lily of the
> valley and daisies.  Total number of molds I have is 12 so I can make 12 at
> a time.

	Would you post the address of this supplier, please? 

	These stepping stones sound really attractive ..


	Ellen Gallagher  e_galla@moose.ncia.net

		Lancaster, New Hampshire, USA   Zone 3

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