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RE: favourite catalogues


I had forgotten about Ensata.  Yes they are up there with wonderful
pictures.

Also, I forgot to mention Chuck Chapman.  No pictures but the largest
listing I've ever seen of medians.  A lot of rebloomers and historicals
too.  And Canadian.

Ellen's listing is one reason I'm on iris-L.  More sources!

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Ellen Gallagher [SMTP:e_galla@moose.ncia.net]
		Sent:	Wednesday, October 08, 1997 11:34 AM
		To:	Mark, Maureen; Multiple recipients of list
		Subject:	re: favourite catalogues



		 The one catalogue that I find the most interesting is
'Adamgrove'...
		 pix and info on all bearded classes (not just one). I
didn't order
		 from them but love the catalogue. :)

		 A little catalogue that is also fun to browse is
'Hermit Medlar's
		 Walk' in Massachusetts run by the Godfreys. They also
have all bearded
		 classes and pix as well as info. Granted the pix are
not big and
		 glossy but they are there. A few species thrown in.

		 'Ohio Gardens' has to be the most complete re Miniature
Tall Bearded
		 and some Border Bearded *and* bearded species. Alas, no
pix. :(

		 Of course, 'Ensata Gardens' has to be up there with
their wonderful
		 pictures of Japanese irises...and they also list
Siberian (no pix).

		 With the exception of 'Joe Pye Weed's Garden' with a
few black and
		 white pix, I don't know of any Siberian specialists
that have pix.

		 Other good ones: Riverside Iris Gardens, Mid-America
Gardens (pix),
		 and Draycott Gardens (beardless only).

		 Cheers,

		 Ellen

		~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
		Ellen Gallagher  / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
		Northern New Hampshire, USA   /    Zone 3
		Siberian iris robin    /  sibrob@ncia.net
		~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~








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