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[PHOTO] Re :Aril bred photo

Hi Linda and all.
Well! here is a photo of some arilbreds growing in my garden, they grow in a raised bed ,and gets much sun, and most of those on the photo divides very well each year.
Iris iberica var elegantissima, which grows very well and is completely hardy, is the only pure oncocyklus iris I have , besides that I grow Iris korolkowii-hoogiana which belongs to the Regelia iris.This year I received some excellent rhizomes of onco species from Israel, but they will not grow outside in our climate, so I keep the pots outside for as long as possible then somewhere cold, without getting any frost.
Jan Jacobsen -Denmark zone 4-6

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