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From: PWeixl@aol.com

In a message dated 4/5/99 9:58:11 AM Eastern Daylight Time, srust@fidnet.com 

<< Peter, welcome to iris-talk!  New York is surely a tough climate to grow
 iris in.  What kind of beardless iris do you grow? >>

Thanks Cindy, I grow mostly Siberians and Japanese, our weather and soil 
(mostly clay) seem to be perfect for them. Spuria and Louisiana will grow for 
a little while, bloom is VERY iffy and then they get smaller and wane away. 
:>) Peter

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