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Cult: Spacing of plants

Excellent advice ! =

   Having grown over 1,200 different iris varieties at one time  I can
vouch for the importance of spacing.  They're next to impossible to
identify if they are grown too close and become intermingle - and can
easily lose their identification, etc.  and    an Iris not properly
identified may take a number of years to find its original name, etc.
  Later on - as one gets more involved - There will be many  occasions =

when you will realized the importance of retaining its right name - i. e.=

shows - tours, etc, =

Next to spacing is the importance of labeling -  These two situations can=

be closely related to each other - .

  I always wished I had the space in my garden to be able to walk between=

my clumps.

Larry D.

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