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Re: some irids

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] some irids
  • From: Nick Zentena <zentena@hophead.dyndns.org>
  • Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 10:10:18 +0000
  • Content-Length: 646

On July 8, 2001 05:27 pm, you wrote:
> Belamcanda & Gladiolus are in bloom.  I was not sure the glads would
> survive since they are not known to be very cold hardy, but they have
> survived and increased quite well for a couple years now.  I have
> these reds, some yellows, and a white.

	FWIW it seems I didn't get all the  Gladiolus last year when I dug them up 
last fall. They've come up this spring. We didn't have a warm winter either. 
So it seems to me the rumour of thier lack of hardiness may be exaggerated. 


	Zone 6 CDN [5? US]
	Toronto area


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