Irises forum: Iris 4 U is open

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Name: Tom
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Apr 19, 2012 4:41 AM CST
Bob Van Liere's Iris 4 U web page is finally open. They were closed last year due to his daughter's health. Some of you liked Crooked Little Smilel, and I see it's there for $10. The Web cite is newly re-done, when you click on it, the first page lookes like it's not finished, but if you click on the catalog you can get to the irises. I really like his new intro Queen's Ransom, it has pink standards, and deep purple falls with a lighter edge.
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Apr 19, 2012 6:18 AM CST
Hello from Europe,
i am the techie.

The Site should work now without any problems.

Enjoy the huge Catalog, the really outstanding thing on the created site is the Catalog Search Functionality.
Every Iris Plant has Attributes, like White Falls, Blue Standards etc.....
We build it for really easy navigation, so, you have the possibility to pinpoint exactly the iris you like without much searching.

Try it out, we spend weeks of work on the site just for you, the iris loving people.



Van Liere Introductions:

Iris Guide:

Have FUN ;)

Some Special Features :

- Email Iris to a friend.
- Compare List of selected Iris
- Search by Hybridizer
- Search Alphabetically
- Like specific Plants on Facebook
- Pickable Delivery Date
- ...

It would be nice if you can tell your Iris Friends that Robert Van Liere is back online.

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