Great yet another thing to worry about when I am out
in my iris beds. I had never ever thought about them
huddling inside the clumps.
--- Linda Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Nice photo, Donald. Yours has much stronger
> contrast between the bands
> of color than mine do. Undoubtedly due to natural
> selection in your
> stronger sunshine <g> Mine are more dark pinkish
> brown on pinkish brown.
> It's usually still chilly enough this time of year
> that they <should>
> still be asleep, but it was 80oF yesterday, and as
> the day wore on, I
> was getting more and more squeamish about reaching
> into the masses of
> dead iris leaves and weeds. I guess I'd better
> start poking around with
> a forked hoe until I can see where my hands are
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
> East Tennessee Iris Society
> American Iris Society web site
> talk archives:
> photos archives:
> online R&I <http://www.irisregister.com>
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