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RE: Re: CULT: Best of the season


I was thinking about you when I posted.  E-mail me privately if you want the
really long list.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (zone 4)  -- where an iris order has arrived and
hopefully the post office will be able to tell us soon where it is

> Maureen - Thanks for the long post on performance.  Very frustrating to
> see other posts on performance with no signature and no idea what kind
> of climate/weather conditions they have experienced.  I
> appreciate the ones like this.  Your 'average' growing conditions are
> different from mine, but our crummy weather events seem to overlap.
> Unfortunately, reports of performance in California, Oregon (with a few
> exceptions) don't help much, tho I guess if an iris doesn't do well
> there, it is REALLY a dud! <g>
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

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