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Re: Introduction and hardiness zone


Edmundas  --  Glad to hear from you.  Perhaps if you'll tell us some of the
irises you grow  --  and post some of your pictures, too  --  we'll get an
idea of what cultivars might do well there.  --  Griff


----- Original Message -----
From: "Edmundas Kondratas" <konde@delfi.lt>
To: <iris-digest@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2005 5:32 PM
Subject: [iris] Introduction and hardiness zone


> Hello all ,
> I have joined this list before some time. Some I hope know me as
> participant of other lists. For folk who don't know me I introduce
> myself as iris grower for many years. My garden is not comercial
> garden, but hobby, the angle of which is quite wide. Experimentation
> in growing and introducing of irises is what I like most. Growing from
> seeds to have adaptable to our climate plants, introducing and
> investigation of foreign hybrids is my main goal. Also education of
> our gardeners. All around the year photo camera is in my hands even in
> winter time.
> Our weather is very diverse. No one year is like past. Temperatures
> below 0C can come in begin of November, but like this year only in
> begin ofFebruary temperatures dropped down to -20C. the spring can
> start early, but be cool and sometimes is late. Such is with summers.
> Last summer until late autumn was almost with daily rains. Such a
> weather is stipulated by collision of Atlantic and continental cyclons
> and anticyclons which always have great influence. From many years of
> climatic observatios there can be done conclusion that Lithuania is in
> hardiness zone 5 and areas near Baltic sea 5b. But our summers are
> much cooler than those in USA even in lower zones. Luck of summer
> warmth limit growing and flowering of many good things raised in USA,
> French, Australia or other countries.
>
>
>
> Best regards,
> Edmundas Kondratas
> SSI, SIGNA, BIS member
> Kaunas, Lithuania
> Hardiness zone 5
>
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