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Re: Hello!

Jose Almandoz. wrote:
> Hi irisholics!
> I'm a newcomer to the list. I garden in Northern Spain, Z9, not far from
> the foothills of teh Pyrenees, where I believe there are some wild irises
> growing.

Hi Jose--
Welcome to the list.  Tell us more about gardening in your part of the
world.  What zone are you in and what do you grow besides irises?  do
you have water on your property?  If so, do you grow water irises or bog
garden plants?  What is your climate like?  I've only been to Spain
twice and really liked it.  Maybe I'll get back there again one day.
Rima  terra@catskill.net
upstate ny  zone 4

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