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Re: I.unguicularis

Steven & Sharlyn Rocha wrote:
> Hello ,
>         I.unguicularis sounds like a wonderful plant. I like the fact that it
> grows and blooms indoors. Is this plant grown from seeds or divisions? Does
> anyone know where can I purchase some seeds or divisions?
>                                         Thanks,
>                                         Steve
> Steven & Sharlyn Rocha
> srocha@pacbell.net
> Region 15, Zone 9
> Ramona Ca. 25 miles N.E. of San Diego
> http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/7679
I grew mine from divisions. I can't remember where I got mine but I have
seen it in "Iris City Gardens" catalog. 502 Brighton Place, Nashville,
Tn.37205   (615)386-3778,  800-934-IRIS, icity@msn.com
Leslie in Omaha

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