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Re: help with another unidentified historic

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: help with another unidentified historic
  • From: Pat Mitchell <corgilover@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 21:32:42 -0500

*Hardy* is the nice way of saying it . . . .I think if any
Iris could be close to being a thug in the garden, this
would be it!  I divided it last summer and spread it around
the yard (and the neighborhood, for that matter).  I
literally put one or two rhizomes in each place I
transplanted it to.  This spring the clumps are easily 2
feet wide (and look like they might need to be divided

I figured I would try my hybridizing hand on this one (since
I've never done it before).  If I could pass on that
hardiness and vigor to another creation, I'd be thrilled!

Pat Mitchell
zone 5 - SE Wisconsin - finally spring!

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