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Re: SPE - iris dichotoma

	Iris dichotoma or more properly Pardanthopsis dichotoma is hardy to 
zone 4 if good drainage  exists.According to Jim Waddick's book " Iris 
of China"  this irid grows as far north as Mongolia and Eastern Siberia
	I grow it on thin soil over limestone with no additional water or 
fertilizer. It blooms well every year.

Jim Murrain
8871 NW Brostrom Rd
Kansas City MO 64152

Zone 5/6

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