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AIS Web Site Gets Publicity


The American Gardener, published by the American Horticultural Society,
Nov/Dec 96 issue, has an article "Caught on the Web" which explains various
horticultural information sources on the Internet.  At the end of the article
is a summary of "Other Web Sites of Interest to Gardeners."  Here you will
find....dah, dah.....American Iris Society
(http://wwwisomedia.com/homes/AIS/) and the blurb "Information on the society
and its local chapters, growing advice, iris classification, and descriptions
of the most popular irises are offered here."

Interestingly, although several plant societies are listed, the hosta and
daylily societies are not.  Thought you all might be interested in this.

Clarence Mahan in VA who is enjoying lovely blooms on several rebloomers,
such as FEED BACK, ROSALIE FIGGE, BELVI QUEEN and in abundance BABY BLESSED.





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