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From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <jcwalters@bridgernet.com>

From: Julia Rankin <breckenridge@bnis.net>

<<I have a friend who lives in San Francisco who tells me her iris are
always 'bent and twining'.>> 


Big city gardens tend to have a lot of shade. When sun loving plants like
irises are planted in more shade than they prefer, they often grow lank and
spindly. Could this be your friend's problem?

<<Julia in the Lower Sierra Nevada where we had a wonderful blizzard over
night and a couple of inches of snow. >>

Jeff Walters in northern Utah, where the 3 to 6 inches of snow we were
promised overnight did not materialize (though there is fresh snow right
down to the base of the mountains).


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