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SPEC: I. verna in bloom

From: Beth and Bob Matney <bmatney@mail.snider.net>

I have returned from the UK (Mar 7 -17) and recovered from the flu. Iris
that we saw in bloom there: various sub-Arctic species in the Alpine houses
at Kew and Wisley and (big surprise) an old bitone purple German Iris
growing along the railroad tracks as we entered a tube station in central
London (I have this one here in Arkansas also, though it wasn't blooming!)

I have wild (native) stands of I. verna in bloom. Anyone in central
Arkansas who wish to see it is welcome, but it doesn't bloom long....

Beth Matney <bmatney@mail.snider.net>
central Arkansas USDA zone 7b

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