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     Ian wrote that he thinks that the survivability of Spuria Irises is
not dependant on their height.  I think that he is on to something.  While
the shorter HIGHLINE SNOWFLAKE growws good here, ILA CRAWFORD is
spectacular.  She increases rapidly and is a heavy bloomer here.  Pedigree
may be more of a deciding factor in whether or not a Spuria Iris will grow
in Kentucky.  

Mark A. Cook
Lexington, KY. USA    Zone 6(officially)

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