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Re: Iris reticulata

I also live in zone 9. I've also lost some I. reticulata, but I've had some
live and bloom with some consistancy for the last few years. I won't
say they're thriving, but they seem to be hanging in there.

Ken Walker
Concord, CA USA
USDA Zone 9, Sunset Zone 14

Harold Peters wrote:

I would also like to add compliments to Lowell on the reticulata photo. I saved the photo in my miscellaneous iris file. My situation in zone 9 is the same as Eleanor's in zone 3. Plant them, they bloom once and are gone. Harold Peters
Beautiful View Iris Garden
El Dorado Hills, CA      USDA zone 9
harold@directcon.net  www.beautiful-view-iris.com

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