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Re: OT BIO: Seana/Welcome!

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: OT BIO: Seana/Welcome!
  • From: "seanaames" <ErikNSeana@att.net>
  • Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 11:02:55 -0000


Thanks!  I've been checking out the archives.  I love all the 
pictures!  I think I've kind of gotten my fix - for today anyway!  
Keep those pictures coming!

We won't have anything bloom this year but I have quite a few 
pictures from past years.  Since we just bought and moved into our 
first house in November we won't have much in the way of flowers this 
year.  My big thrill this year was that the previous occupants had a 
few spring bulbs interspersed with their gravel! LOL

There are some irises at the end of the house but I think they are in 
too much shade and need to be divided.  I am still wondering if they 
are "worth" the work it will take to divide and find another place 
for them.  I hope they bloom this year so I can tell!  It never hurts 
to save one or two but I don't need 82 of the same things when I need 
room for my other babies somewhere, too.  All of our irises are 
heeled in, in a temporary flowerbed for the moment.  Lots of work to 
do on our Colorado clay!  

We've been busier . . .  My oldest two are just graduated and almost 
graduated.  It's not as busy as it was last year anyway!

New to the Eastern Plains in Colorado
Zone 4-5                        
--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Margie Valenzuela" 
<IrisLady@c...> wrote:
> Welcome aboard Seana!!!  
> You've joined this list just at the right time!  :-)  Many of us 
have irises beginning to bloom for the spring, and others will be 
posting theirs (later on down the road) as their spring season 
begins.  Post your photos when you can/if you find some spare time on 
your hands  - schooling four children at home must make for a busy 
schedule!   We'd all love to see what you grow too.  And in-between 
time - - enjoy what you see posted!     
> Margie V.
> Oro Valley, AZ.
> Zone 8/9
> IrisLady@c...

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