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Sharon Ruck has asked where she might purchase the historic Tall Bearded iris

Sharon, this lovely iris is available commercially from several sources,
including Superstition Iris Gardens, who are Rick Tasco and Roger Duncan of
this list, and Argyle Acres Historic Irises, Joe and Donna Spears,
proprietors.. Both sources offer fine selections of historic cultivars.
 Addresses follow:

Superstition Iris Gardens
2536 Old Highway
Cathey's Valley, CA 95306

Argyle Acres
910 Pioneer Circle East
Argyle, TX  76226

Anner M. Whitehead
Commercial Source Chairman
Historic Iris Preservation Society, AIS
"Preserving irises, iris artifacts and iris records for the future"

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