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Re: BULB: Bulbous iris

     My experience with I. bucharica has been very successful. No water 
during the summer, plenty in the winter, excellent drainage, a bit of 
fertilizer, and do not break the root when moving. Mine grow and bloom well 
in a large pot which is buried most of the year unless I want that spot for a 
"color spot" during the summer. 

Rita B
zone 7/8,  AIS Region 13, where it is F 58 and slightly overcast this AM, two 
miles to Puget Sound in University Place, WA

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