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> Mark,
> I have a small spuria iris bed here at my home on Isle of Palms, S.C.  
> They do very well for me and bloom mid to late April usually.  Their
> range and bloom I think is especially attractive.  Their foliage is
> similar to Siberian but the foliage is over 32 to 36 inches here.  Their
foliage does
> go dormant late summer, then starts up again in the fall.  Good luck with
> spuria iris.  A number of Region  V irisarians grow spurias.
     I am glad to hear this about Spuria Irises.  I would like to hear from
others who grow these in the deep south and southeast US.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, FL.

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