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The question was asked whether anybody else used THE WORLD OF IRIS.  
Asking that question of iris fanatics is like asking Christians if 
they use the BIBLE! :-)  I didn't know what I was missing until my 
wife gave it to me for Christmas a few years ago, and now I pull it 
out every once in a while for reference, besides just reading thru 
parts of it again just for pleasure or refreshing my memory.  If one 
is really serious about iris growing, I'd call it a must, money very 
well spent.  It's available from the American Iris Society (I don't 
have the address and other information here at my office, but I'm 
sure somebody else on this list will provide it.) and the cost is 
reasonable for such a large and informative book.  Somebody else help 
out on that one, but it must be around $30-35.  You'd never regret 
buying it.

Arnold (NW Iowa, zone 4)

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