Re: IRIS Books
> IRIS BOOKS - would be a good Subject for Iris-L.. I have about 10 Iris books
> - not counting "The World of Iris' which everyone has (?) - Or should
> Except for the Peony book I bought yesterday - the most recent garden book I
> picked up was IRIS by Fritz Kohlein. Translated from German by Timber Press in
> 1987. $37.50 (I know where a couple copies can be found for half price)...
I have both those books as well. Additionally I have two small books. "Irises",
The Royal Horticultural Society . A Wisley Handbook by Sidney Linnegar & Jennifer
Hewitt. Although this is a small book it has some very nice pictures in it. The
second small book is "Irises - A Guide to Cultivation" by Susan Berry. The only
other books I have are the 1988 Cumulative Checklist of Reblooming Iris, the Aril
Society International Official Checklist 1996 edition and Median Bearded Irises
Introduction and Varietal Listing through 1990. Although I read everything
(including the back of cereal boxes) I have a hard time finding iris books.
I haunt the local bookstores but they don't have much. Anybody got a good
Dana Brown Lubbock, Texas Zone 7
Where the coldest it's ever been is -17 on 2/8/33 and the warmest it's
ever been is 114 on 6/27/94. Our average first freeze is November 3rd
and our average last freeze is April 9th. Our growing season is @ 208
days long with 164 of them clear.
- IRIS Books
- From: Larry Doucette <75227.1641@CompuServe.COM>