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Re: Digest Number 566

> 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
> 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
> 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

This is similar to how Sam Fankhauser grows his JI's except that his are in
pots, and the raised boxes lined with plastic and filled with water.
You irises look wonderful, and it was great to be allowed a look into your
Cheers, Jan Clark, Australia

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