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SPEC: Iris albicans--how hardy?

  • Subject: SPEC: Iris albicans--how hardy?
  • From: HIPSource@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 17:56:09 EST

From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 2/15/99 5:43:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, BILLS@hsc.edu

<<  And speaking of Iris albicans, some time ago I sent out plants to various
 people.  How're they doing?>>

I don't have a clear idea about how hardy this species is and there have been
a couple of times that it would be good to have that information from the
horse's mouths, as it were.

Anybody out there in fairly cold climes--like colder zone five, or even zone
four--- growing and flowering I.albicans? And are you sure you have the real

I. albicans is native to areas around  the Mediterranean Sea, but it is a
curious botanical fact that some natives of warm climates are surprisingly

Anner Whitehead

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