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Infernal Fire Q's

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Infernal Fire Q's
  • From: "Sheri" <MNHop2@msn.com>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 20:59:35 -0000

Hello all,

While wandering through the old archives and pictures I came across 
one called "Infernal Fire".  I'd like to know if anyone from zone 3 
or 4a grows this variety and how it does for you.  I would also be 
interested in knowing if anyone has it available.  I find the colors 
in the pictures facinating and would love to have it.  I am also 
wondering about Baboon Bottom. How well does IT do in northern 
climates and is it a darker or lighter coloration. I've seen pictures 
that make it really washed out pink and others deep pink with the 
white breaks.  Any info would be appreciated :)

Sheri in MN
growing in zone 3b and 4a


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