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Re: Re: J. Iris

Ceres, I have a couple of Japanese Iris, but I have no idea what
variety they are.  One is lavender,  and the other is darker.  I did
have a white one, but it died out in a drought several years ago.
They do like a lot of moisture.  I keep thinking I should get more,
but they aren't as hardy here as the Siberian Iris - though it's
nice that they bloom later in the season.  Can't even remember
where one of mine came from - the other was given me by a 
dear friend who has since died, so I especially treasure it.

In a message dated 07/01/2005 10:07:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:
Noone grows Japanese Iris?

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