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Re: PCN: how big?

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

    Last evening I gave a talk about Pacific Coast Native Iris. To me that 
means the species that grow along the coastal area of the continental western 
US I have only 3 pure varieties, but what a difference. Tenax is just about 
3" tall now, while I macrosyphon and I. douglasianna are 12-15 inches long 
(I'm referring to the leaf length)
So as to how big a PCN is depends upon what the parentage is.

I prefer to call the Pacific Coast Hybrids PCI as they are no longer native.

I brought CHIEF SEQUOIA (Weiler  '90) light blue, washed darker blue just 
prior to the white signal. As part of the demo  it had a bud stock almost 
10" tall which I had not even noticed when digging-maybe I would not have dug 
it had I .

Rita B

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