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USA Plant Sourcebook?


Is there a USA Plant Sourcebook similar to the Canadian one?
It amazes me that anyone has done this anywhere! Probably 
bigger than New York City's phone book....
     Virginia
     
Date sent:      Wed, 10 Sep 1997 17:59:11 -0600 (MDT)
Send reply to:  iris-l@rt66.com
From:           "Ian E. Efford" <avocet.intl@sympatico.ca>
Bill asked for a source of Canadian irises.  The Canadian Plant
Sourcebook by Anne and Peter Ashley, a revised edition was published in
1997, is a good source for this information.  The last edition had over
12 pages of small print listing irises by name and the sellers.  It can
be obtained from the authors, who are the publishers, at 93 Fentiman
Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario. Canada K1S 0T7.  The book deals with most
garden plants....  





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