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RE: CULT:iris in hypertufa troughs

From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>

Hi Cindy,

Yes they do but I grow I. cristata fine in my alkaline clay and Ian Efford
grows I. fulva in similar soil.  I don't believe that Ian amends his soil
for pH either.

I. pumila should work.  I. setosa may work also but I haven't put mine in
the ground yet.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)

> From: "sidneygardener" <sidneygardener@email.msn.com>
> Mark,
> Don't I. cristata and I. fulva like acid soil? How about I. lacustris or
> I.
> pumila?
> Cindy Rivera

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