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Re: OT-CULT: Best for area?

From: vince lewonski <vincelewonski@yahoo.com>

 Original message:
> > What is the cheapest way to
> > determine
> > "the best irises" for your garden
> > 
> > Dave Soper
> > Tempelton CA 93446

   V. sez: Visit other gardens! And bring a pad and paper with you. If
there are people near you that are successfully growing something,
there is a good chance that it will do well for you. Their
microclimate, soil, and culture may be a little different, but at
least it shows that it is possible in your general area - you'll have
a better shot.
   Besides, it's fun to be able to get together and "talk iris".

Vince Lewonski
Secane, PA
In some cultures, what I do would be considered normal!

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