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Re: Martha Stewart magazine



	On Tue, 1 Oct 1996, Kay Berg wrote:

> While you're looking for magazines, you might check out the Spring 1996 
> issue of Flower Gardening (by Better Homes & Gardens). This issue had a 
> nifty little article titled "Beyond Bearded Irises", illustrated with 
> watercolor drawings of a variety of iris, none of them Tall Bearded!
> I don't know if back issues are available, but you could call them at 
> 800/678-2872, option 4 (whatever that means).
	
	This was a real exception for magazines - an article on irises
and *all* were beardless. I loved it.....

	Ellen Gallagher e_galla@moose.ncia.net  Lancaster, New Hampshire,
		USA - Zone 3 - SNOW predicted for Friday...oh, noooo -too
		much to do to get my new bulbs in, etc.





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