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  • Subject: [iris-photos]CULT:pots_Linda_5 no pix
  • From: Autmirislvr@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 20:22:07 EDT

Linda, I have 5 of the tall 17 inch pots.  Last year they had annuals in them.  Currently they do NOT have iris in them.  One has a daylily that I started as a proliferation about three years ago.  An unknown white diploid that reblooms.  I have it in the regular garden too.  Was sent (2 times) as a rosy something or other from Wild. 
I do wish companies would check their stock during bloom season! 
I plan to pot some of the more difficult irises in the 5 gallon pots.  Also, going to try growing tomatoes in these.  And maybe green peppers. 

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