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Re: Iris tridentata

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Iris tridentata
  • From: Curt Marble <cmarble@tiac.net>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 13:42:38 -0700 (MST)

Bill Shear wrote:
>Iris tridentata survives here in central Virginia.  I seem to recall
>reading that it also can grow further north than USDA Zone 7, but do not
>have my references here at work.  I have seen it in the wild only in
>Florida (which should prompt a flurry of messages from Mark Cook!)

It grows and blooms here in central Massachusetts.  Barbara Schmieder has
it, I have a new planting, and I think Marty Schafer and Jan Sacks have it.

Kathy Marble <cmarble@tiac.net>
Harvard, MA
zone 5

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