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Re: Planting Patterns

I have a "display garden" that will remain static for 3-4 years and the iris 
are alphabetical in each class.  My main garden is also alphabetical, but is 
dynamic so it will not be strictly alphabetical more than a year.  At the 
national or regionals, I like to see iris grouped by hybridizer.
Let us know what you decide.
Chuck Bunnell
Lafayette, IN
Region 6
Zone 5a-5b
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Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2005 10:06 PM
Subject: [iris] Planting Patterns

| I'm digging, thinning and replanting right now.  And I'm wondering how 
| irisarians plan where they plant or how they "group" irises together or in 
| row.    The most obvious that I can think of are by year, hybridizer, 
| Dykes, historics.  Any ideas will be appreciated.
| Jean
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