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Re: Potted Iris?

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I don't know about how it would  work in Texas, maybe too hot, the lack of 
water wouodn't be an infouence unless our humidity made a difference.  But i 
know a case here where  irises were forgotten in a garage over the winter and 
found in the Spring and planted and grew - they were bare-rooted.  Maybe  
Leslie Jobe' can help you.  She has moved boxes of irises, vans of shrubbery, 
etc several times around the country and is a very knowledgeable lady.   
(Perhaps the rabbit digestive system eradicated the harmful ingredients in 
rebbit food?  At times I've used  both mouse-bowl refuse and chicken manure, 
but not for enough length of time to know results!  Rosalie nr Baltimore, USA 
zone 7  ryfigge@aol.com     Wish I could give Texas some of this rain so I 
could get my irises pl;anted!! 

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