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Re: RE: CULT: Blooms in Ohio

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] RE: CULT: Blooms in Ohio
  • From: Jelcy Romberg jelcy@jelcy.com
  • Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 17:23:56 -0600

And the nice things about them is no fertilization 2 times a year, you 
don't have to worry about what bugs, animals or weeds overtake them, 
they don't fade so quickly as living iris, they can come in wonderful 
combinations of RED which hybridizers haven't yet been able to achieve 
and they are incredibly hardy, easy to transplant.

Jelcy

Jody Nolin wrote:

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