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Re: 1996 Winners in Florence Italy


In a message dated 96-10-08 21:37:24 EDT, you write:

>larence, is the winner of the Perugia Garden Club Cup for the Best Scented
>Variety: PERFUMED LADY (L. Donnell, Australia) available in the United
>States?  What about the availability of the other varieties from non - U.S.
>hybridizers?

I cannot give you a for sure source for the non US varieties except, George
Sutton in California has been selling Nora Scopes irises.  You might contact
Keith Kepple re the ones from Australia....he carries Barry Blyth's things,
and probably could get others from down under.  Clarence Mahan 





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