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Re: SPEC: Moreaea polystachya

From: "Patterson, Dallas" <nye@mail.fidalgo.net>

You're most welcome. 

We added some Dietes bicolor / Moraea bicolor and Dietes iridoides to our 
collection of Irids while living in Southern California. Ellen, my wife, 
liked the yellow of the bicolor; and I liked the white and lavender of 
the iridoides. Unfortunately, we had to leave them behind when we moved 
to Washington. They were in the ground and couldn't be expected to 
survive a move in January. We recently planted a Dietes vegeta in a 
protected location by the foundation of the house. We're experimenting to 
see if the micro-climate next to the house will be sufficient to overcome 
USDA Zone 8 climate that is supposedly slightly hostile to this plant.

The photos of the other Irids on the Web site are interesting, aren't 
they? Check out the Dietes and the Neomarica....

Dallas Patterson

DWiris@aol.com wrote:
> From: DWiris@aol.com
> In a message dated 12/4/99 12:42:22 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> nye@mail.fidalgo.net writes:
> <<
> <http://bulbsociety.org/GALLERY_OF_THE_WORLDS_BULBS/GRAPHICS/Moraea/Moraeaslis
> t.html> >>
> Dear Dallas,
> Thanks for the address.  From the Moraea page, I backed up to the main index.
>  They sure have a lot of bulbs listed.
> Dorothy Willott
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