Re: CULT: New Mexican iris on the Coast
Thank you, John. I find the discussion very
informative. Being a species and historic lover I need all the information I can
>others are learning a lot about the habits
of the various species suggested, as well as the
identifying irises from pictures, and the value of
growth habits and range
Thanks to everyone, I'm pretty sure my snaky, purple,
fragrant, early, 24 inch, short branched, yellow tipped white, beauty is I.
germanica. I did find one down the street with straight stalks.
Mike, have you tried I. mesopotamica from seed? I
received some from SIGNA, but so far no germination. I wonder what it will be if
it does germinate.