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Re: Seedling I-103b

--- In iris-photos@y..., "Eleanor Cecchini" <eleanore@m...> wrote:
you can look at some of my
> garden pictures at: http://ca.photos.yahoo.com/hookedonirises

Eleanor, you make my day.  I really enjoyed the pictures 
in "hookedonirises."  The checkerboard square is a fun idea.  Gives 
me notions.....

I'm trying to make a garden out of the rocky hip of a mountain in 
western North Carolina.  Half the soil volume seems to be rock in the 
areas I choose to develop.  Bit by bit I clear and clean up a spot, 
cut back limbs and roots from aggressive hardwoods (especially the 
neighbor's) and try to sort out what likes our acid-clay-shady site 
and what does not.  Only a small part of the land is both available 
and suitable for sun-loving types of iris.

Your pictures encourage me.

Neil Mogensen   first crocus in bloom, reticulatas and early tulips 
up, TB's growing rapidly now in western North Carolina

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