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Re: Siberians

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Siberians
  • From: "Keith Romanczyk" <fdic@moran.com>
  • Date: Sun, 16 Feb 1997 13:54:36 -0700 (MST)

K & J:

I'm also zone 5 or less and the nickname du jour for my place is "Little

Anyway,  Siberians grow beautifully for me (so far). My favorite Siberian
at the moment is "Lake Keuka" by Dana Borglum. 

I'm looking forward to other opinions on favorites as I want to increase my
collection.  Most of mine are white and I want to try for more variety this

Keith, Zone 5 (the USDA's idea of a joke) and there's white stuff falling
out of the skies.  Volcanic ash would be nice for a change.

> I am debating about adding Siberians to my gardens.  Will they do well
> and if so, would some of you be willing to share your favorites with us
so I
> know what would be best to order?  The new catalogs are enticing me.
> Julie Greenhill
> greenhill@tcd.net
> Cheyenne WY Zone 5 (almost to Zone 4)

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