Re: SIB - True landscape Iris
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- Subject: Re: SIB - True landscape Iris
- From: rimat <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 22:03:30 -0700 (MST)
> Dear Rima,
> Glad you like the old lady. She is such a weed here! If she had a flower
> like an Ensata or a Bearded Iris. She would be a princess!! I would be a
> devout subject!! Not!!
> Robert Turley
> Lake Charles, LA
> In a message dated 12/20/97 4:06:08 PM, you wrote:
> <<I. Pseudacorus is gorgeous, filled with blooms, graceful in the breeze,
> stays green all summer, reflects fabulously in the pond, and doesn't
> give me a second's worth of trouble. wish I could say that for the rest
> of my flowers, other irises included. Need I say more? yes, it's #1.
> Rima firstname.lastname@example.org
> upstate ny zone 4
The thing about irises is that each works well in different parts of the
garden. I just haven't found anything to beat I.pseud when it comes to
landscaping a pond -- although the versicolors are gorgeous too.
I. pseud was my first really successful iris and I love it to pieces.
upstate ny zone 4