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HIST: SPEC: I. pallida stalk height

--- Arnold Koekkoek <koekkoek@mtcnet.net> wrote:

> << The height of 3 ft. is a surprise, too, at
> least to me.  I didn't know
> pallida grew that tall. >> 


Around six years ago Linda Mann sent me a very
vigorous clone of I. pallida that, once it became
established in my garden, has bloomed at heights
between 38 and 45 inches every year. 

The variegated leaf types bloom on shorter stalks, of
course. In fact I. pallida argentea has the height and
bloom size of an IB, while I. pallida variegata (aka
'Zebra') blooms at short TB height in my garden. 

Jeff Walters
in northern Utah
(USDA Zone 4)
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