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Re: BIO: Newbie


Hi, Pat,

Welcome to iris-talk!  This is definitely the place to learn just 
about everything about irises.  For a cram lesson, go to the Mallorn 
iris archives and search for whatever area most interests you.

Patricia Brooks
Whidbey Island, WA


--- In iris-talk@y..., Pat Mitchell <pattm@e...> wrote:
> Hello all.  I've been lurking for a few days and thought I'd 
introduce
> myself.  I am a newbie newbie newbie when it comes to Irises.   I've
> grown the standard intermediate bearded and dwarf bearded that 
everyone
> and their mother seems to have (dark purple falls and lavender
> standards), but this spring I caught the TB Iris fever.  
> 
> I've bought a ton of new (to me) cultivars and am anxiously 
awaiting the
> spring bloom.  Eventually I'd like to try crossing some, not so 
much for
> market, but for my own curiosity and enjoyment. I have a 3/4 acre
> suburban yard that needs more gardens (sure sure sure) . . . . 
> 
> If any of you are on the Mallorn perennials list, you'll know me.  
I've
> been gardening with perennials in my zone 5, SE Wisconsin gardens 
for
> years.
> 
> I'm looking forward to gleaning all the information I can from you 
Iris
> experts out there. 
> -- 
> """""
> Pat Mitchell
> pattm@e...
> Zone 5 - SE Wisconsin - can't wait for spring!


 

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