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Re: Iris tridentata

     I. tridentata does quite nicely in Western Washington  as well. I
wouldn't go so far as to say lots of club members have it, it does have a
tendancy to grow whereever it pleases regardless of where any gardener
originally [plants it and many people just don't feel they can spare the space
to let it run at will. I  just let it bloom where it will, then give away any
pieces which have decided to take over the rose beds, to gardeners who want a
piece of the wanderer. It blooms in August so I have an extended iris bloom
season, which makes me very happy.

Rita B
University Place, Wa
#7 growing area      

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