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Re: Advantages of Gardening in Different Areas


Clarence:

In a message dated 12/24/96 2:24:46 PM, you wrote:

<<Actually, to have an advantage in growing irises,  it almost doesn't matter
where one lives in Canada and the U.S, with the exception of the most frozen
areas of Canada and Alaska and the tropical climes such as lower Florida>>

Two Louisiana Iris, PEGALETTA  and  NEW COMER are in scape in southwest
Florida.  Home of "Iris albispiritus" and "Iris hexagona".  A bedouin was
here also:  I. x albicans grows here!

I know.  (+)

Robert Turley
LaBelle, FL
Zone 10a





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