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Re: SPEC: autumn die back

From: Irisborer@aol.com

In a message dated 12/9/1998 2:11:38 AM Eastern Standard Time, DWiris@aol.com

<< I. tectorum does not take winter well in our Zone 5 part of northern Ohio.
 probably needs some type of mulch.  >>

Hi Dorothy... I'm glad you said so.  

I've tried to grow I. tectorum for years.  I get a fine little bird's nest of
leaves each year.... and once in awhile a tragic bloom even finds its way out.
But I've never been able to claim that I actually GROW it - only that I have 2
plants that aren't dead.  

Now that I know that maaaaaaaaybe it's not me, I can get over it and send the
plants to a more hospitable climate.

Kathy Guest - feeling vindicated in
E. Aurora, NY - Z 5/6 somewhere

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