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Re: In Search of Good Articles

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: In Search of Good Articles
  • From: Greer Holland <irisdude@flash.net>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Sep 1997 00:28:46 -0600 (MDT)

Greer Holland wrote:
> 
> Dear Folks,
>      I am writing in behalf of the Sooner State Iris Society of Oklahoma
> as their newsletter editor, in a search for good articles to print in
> our five-times-a-year newsletter.  Clarence Mahan suggested I write to
> all of you fine folks.
>      Subjects of interest would be:
> *your 10 favorite irises (and a brief description if you please)
> *favorite historic irises
> *articles pertaining to certain types of iris (TB, MTB, BB, IB, SDB,
> MDB, Aril, Spuria, Siberian, Louisiana, species, rebloomers - Pacific
> Coast Natives & Japaneses don't do very well in Oklahoma, so those
> wouldn't be pertinent here)including culture and care in the garden
> *hybridizing techniques
> *anecdotal or humorous stories about growing irises, and the trials and
> tribulations in your garden or travelling to iris festivities
> *any gardening tips (including organic controls of pests)
> *companion plants for iris
> *grooming, transporting ideas and showing iris
> *just about anything to do with iris
>      If I receive information from you that is printed in a future
> newsletter, I will be sure to credit you and send you a copy of that
> particular issue.  We have over 350 members (mostly from Oklahoma, but
> actually from all over the United States).
>      I wish everyone a glorious bloom season next year, and hope you all
> get a little rest now that our plants are put to bed for the year (well,
> almost - we still have some to get in the ground - but soon, soon).
> 
> All my best regards,
> Mona French
> Sooner State Iris Society
> Oklahoma City, Okahoma





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