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first bloom

SDB PLUM WINE bloomed today, putting the first scent of iris season in my

I've just returned from a trip to Ireland  --  Dublin and Counties Wexford and
Wicklow  --  where friends at Bunclody have iris pseudacorus in their bog
garden.  I'm wondering whether Louisianas might not do well there.  They
flourish here in Virginia with worse winters than Ireland.  Does anyone know?
Also, does anyone know whether bearded irises or Pacific Coast irises might
flourish in Ireland?  --  Griff

zone 7 in Virginia

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