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Re: Moving in October

Good question about the zones - I had to look them up.  The best I can tell
we are in 8B now (Lake Oswego, OR) and moving to an 8B zone (Cathlamet, WA).
Its about 80 miles form our current location, so I'll transport them in the
trunk of the car. 

- Charlie

On 08/02/2006 4:36 PM, "Autmirislvr@aol.com" <Autmirislvr@aol.com> wrote:

> In a message dated 8/2/2006 4:54:15 P.M. Central Standard Time,
> charlie.lincoln@gmail.com writes:
> <<Should I pull, clean & trim all of the iris now for  planting in October/
> November?  Or should I leave them planted until  move time and then try to
> get them back in the ground as soon as  possible?>>
> Charlie, what are your transportation options?  How far apart are the  two
> garden spots?  A few miles or cross country?  What zone is the new  garden?

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