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Re: landscape irises

Jeff and Carolyn Walters wrote:

> Spoken like a man from the cloudy and wooded East! 

 Good ol'TBs make it through the summer with minimal irrigation and
their foliage is
> not near as dreadful looking as you infer, even if they are not among the
> Top Ten Best Foliage Plants.
> Jeff

Ya have to bloom where you are planted!!!

TB foliage will NEVER be in the top 25 plants for landscape
effect.....just plant them for your favorite colors and be done with


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