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Re: Re: LA iris photos

  • Subject: Re: Re: LA iris photos
  • From: Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@cybermesa.com>
  • Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2009 21:12:03 -0600

 

I am impresed that you can grow these. I gather the trick is supplying
enough water. Did they bloom? Betty Gunther in New Mexico

Christy Hensler wrote:
>
>
> Betty,
>
> I didn't have a huge collection. All of these proved hardy but most
> were lost to drought. The most indestructible is Black Gamecock. A
> clump of it still survives on rain alone at the corner of the old
> greenhouse.
>
> ANN CHOWNING
> AUNT SHIRLEY
> BLACK GAMECOCK
> BRYCE LEIGH
> BAYOU BANDIT
> CAJUN SUNRISE
> KRISTI G
> CAROLINE LA POINTE
> CLYDE REDMOND
> DIXIE DEB
> FELICIANA HILLS
> FINDERS KEEPERS
> HURRICANE PARTY
> JERI
> KISSIE
> OUR PARRIS
> PRESIDENT HEDELEY
> PROFESSOR JIM
> RED ECHO
> SINFONIETTA
> SEA WISP
> I. fulva
>
> I. brevicaulis has been sitting in a bucket for the past couple of
> winters and is still alive.
>
> Christy
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Betty Ann Gunther <mailto:bettyg@cybermesa.com>
>
> Christie, I would love to know what kinds of LA Iris you grow
> successfully in zone 4b. I would like to try some here in zone
> 5a.
> Have you found any that won't grow in your climate?
> Betty
> Gunther
>
>
>
>
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