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Re: Iris Chatter - BIO

From: Amy Moseley Rupp <amy@ece.utexas.edu>

>      Irises formally registered with the American Iris Society will be
> under the same name worldwide.  All of the Irises you mentioned are
> available in the USA, but I cannot recall at this time who has what.  There
> are some Iris vendors in this group, and if they have them, I hope they let
> you know.  It is now too late to order and plant Irises in most of the US,
> but you could get some leads for next year.

Ain't too late where you and I are... and digging / dividing is possible
if commercial ordering isn't... but don't know about the original
poster's zone/area.

Austin, TX z 8b

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