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Re: CULT: variegated irises

From: Kenneth Walker <kenww@pacbell.net>


I have Iris japonica 'aphrodite' which has varigated leaves. It has never
for me but is tough engough that it is slowly invading the lawn. I guess you
need a greenhouse to grow it in your climate. The nursery I bought it from
list it this year, but there is at least one nursery on the web selling I.
japonica variegata.

Both my variegated I. foetidissima and I. tectorum died, but my I. laevegata
doing great. I think I will move my I. pallida variegata to a location with
protection from afternoon sun and one that gets watered more often. It is
surviving but not much more than that.

   Ken Walker

Dennis Kramb wrote:

> I'm wondering what variegated
> irises are in commerce?
> Here's the ones I know of....
>   - Iris foetidissima variegata (the only variegated iris that I grow)
>   - Iris tectorum variegata
>   - Iris pseudacorus variegata
>   - Iris laevigata variegata
>   - Iris pallida variegata
> Anything others out there for sale???  (I don't know the names of the
> variegated bearded cultivars.)  Spurias?  Japanese?  Siberians?  Junos?
> Dutch?  Reticulatas?  PCIs?  Arilbreds?  MDBs?  Other species?

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