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Re: CULT: Iris japonica.

Hello Dennis and All,
After reading Mark/Big Alligators request of help with iris japonica,
reminded me that I haven't sent you the photos that I took of Bourne
Graceful ,Dennis. As I don't have a digital camera, extremely expensive here
in Aus, and on my Christmas Santas dream list....and the qualtiy is not good
enough to email or put on iris photos , I will send them to you via snail
mail. I profess to not being  the best photographer in the world, but one
snap did capture the essence of  Bourne Gracefuls long lasting blooms,
however my place of residence is in a major wind tunnel and as it was
blowing a bit when I took the photos, I think this is the main reason for
their poor quality, ie bloom wobble. I did use a zoom auto photo lense for
this problem, but as usual it did not seem to help, but then the
photographer is a pretty crummy operator, you were lucky to get the flowers
in at all. Hope you enjoy their lovely looks anyway, Regards from Wendy
Sargeant, wendon@dcsi.net.au, in hot West Gippsland Victoria, Aus.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Kramb" <dkramb@badbear.com>
To: <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 4:30 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: Iris japonica.

> Wait until after they bloom!  Any time is a good time to divide them, they
> seem to grow continuously all year, but I would wait until after they
> so that you don't miss any of the glory.
> >     My three potted plants of Iris japonica are beginning to get
> >overcrowded.  The fact that I saw a fan growing out of a drainage hole
> >my attention when I was putting them into the garage on a freeze night.
> >     When would it be okay to divide these plants?  There are no freezes
> >expected for several days now.
> >
> >Mark A. Cook
> >BigAlligator@aol.com
> >Dunnellon, Florida.

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