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Re: SPEC: Louisiana species



On Thu, 27 Nov 1997 17:42:07 -0700 (MST) "william b. cook"
<billc@atlantic.net> writes:
>     Do any of you all grow the Louisiana species Iris fulva, Iris
>nelsonii, and Iris giganticaerula?  Are they difficult to grow.  Since 
>the
>originate in a similar climate, they appear to be good candidates for
>Florida.  I would like to know more about these species of Iris.
>

I planted I. Fulva last spring.  It did not bloom last season, but I did
not expect it to do so.  It has grown pretty well, especially considering
that the bed it is in is not "prime conditions" for LA.

Lynn Woosley
Marietta, GA
USDA Zone 8





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