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Re: Re: HYB Goals

Move to Utah (or Idaho, or just about anywhere else between the Rockies
and the Cascades). Reasons?
1. No tree squirrels (except in city parks where they get fed);
2. Plenty of dryness;
3. Still got some elbow room, and
4. NO iris borers.
Jeff Walters
in northern Utah (USDA Zone 4)

"Michael D. Greenfield" <mgreenfield@cinci.rr.com> wrote:

1. To get squirrels to leave the iris in the ground long enough to bloom.

2. For Mother Nature to let me have dry blooms and pollen to make crosses 
that take.

3. To grow as many seedlings as I have room for.
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