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Re: CULT: New Mexican iris on the Coast

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Another discriminator between germanica, (44 chr), trojana (48 chr) and
cypriana (48 chr) in your garden is that unless you live in Southern
California it will take heroic measures to keep trojana and cypriana alive.
(I have never bloomed either and have given up on attempting to grow them
let alone ever succeeding in blooming them)

It will take periodic applications of Roundup or a Troybilt to keep
germanica (44 chr) from taking over your garden.



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