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Re: Siberians in bloom

Thanks for the photos.  I never see too many flowers, esp. this time of year.
I have four iris that are blooming now.  After three weeks of frost, we have
80+ days.  They think it is spring, I guess.

jem300@aol.com wrote:

> This is another photo I came across of a bed of my siberians in bloom.  I
> laughed looking at the dog toys scattered on the lawn too.  I grow my irises
> in these rather unsightly raised boxes.  We have no soil here, just sand,
> sand, and more sand.  My husband builds these out of 4 X 4s and we have soil
> trucked in to fill them.
> I am looking to redo my beds in a more attractive way but this was the
> easiest for the time being.
> Linda Doffek
> West Bend, Wisconsin, USA       USDA zone 5
> Member AIS, MIS, TBIS, and Wisconsin Iris Society
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>  [Image]

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