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Re: Hardy louisiana

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Hardy louisiana
  • From: "Edmundas Kondratas" <stogutis@kaunas.omnitel.net>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1999 16:12:00 -0600

From: "Edmundas Kondratas" <stogutis@kaunas.omnitel.net>

Thanks Mark,
it have zig-zag stems. And description in B.Mathew THE IRIS alow to decide
it is I.brevicaulis.
I now grow some hybrid LA seedlings with care from winter freezing inside
and hope to do croses with those hardy to have improvement both for
hardiness and flower.

Edmundas Kondratas
Kaunas, Lithuania,  zone 5.
>From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>
>     It is a bit hard to tell, but it could be Iris brevicaulis.  This is
>the hardiest of the Louisianas I think.
Does it have zig-zag stems?
>Mark A. Cook
>Dunnellon, Florida.        [Low 71 F, High 95 F, Rainfall 0.77"]

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