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Re: CAT: Remember that Bonus Irises are FREE

  • Subject: Re: CAT: Remember that Bonus Irises are FREE
  • From: geddis@directcon.net
  • Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 15:16:19 -0000

Thank you Carol from Kansas for the drying tip.  Here in zone 7 I 
have good luck with my iris.  Even the deer leave them alone!!
Mary Geddis, Sierra Nevada Foothills



--- In iris-talk@y..., eemcjmks@a... wrote:
> --- In iris-talk@y..., geddis@d... wrote:
> > Hi Carole, glad to hear you have such good luck with your iris 
from 
> > Schreiner's.  This is the first time I have ordered from them, 
have 
> > seen a few positive comments about them here.  Wow, who would 
have 
> > known that your freeby would turn out to be a winner!!  Mary 
Geddis
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > --- In iris-talk@y..., eemcjmks@a... wrote:
> > > I received YAQUINA BLUE as a bonus from Schreiner's last year 
and 
> > it put on 
> > > quite a show this spring   - from only 1 rhizome.  I consider 
> that 
> > a real 
> > > bargain, especially after last night's Dyke's announcement.
> >Hello, Mary
>      Here in Kansas, we are hot and dry.  Schreiner's irises would 
> rot every time, until I learned to dry them in the sun for a week 
to 
> 10 days before I planted them.  I have had no problems with them 
> since.   > Carole, Kansas, Zone 5


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