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Re: Iris Chatter - BIO

From: Sey12@aol.com

In a message dated 9/21/98 12:41:12 AM Central Daylight Time,
stewartd@proaxis.com writes:
>  Welcome Suzanne, you can also get all the ones you listed and cheaper from
>  Cal-Dixie in CA and I believe that Fonquins in Volanco also has them as
>  well..both delightful and wonderful people.  I do business with Schreiners
>  less and Cooleys more for living near them and knowing them, I find Cooleys
>  the friendlier and more helpful of the two.  Batik is a joy, I love it
>  because of its wild colors and China Dragon is a great color...
>  Welcome aboard, I have 90 roses and then 30 minis as well but have over 350
>  iris does not include the species, LI, JI, Sibs or others...:) so it is
>  hard to say which is the worse addiction.
>  Denise in Lebanon, OR zone 7 AIS member region 13?

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