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Decadence
iris@hort.net

Decadence is moving up the awards ladder rapidly. It grows very poorly here in
Alabama and I have been told that is grows poorly in Missouri. Is anyone else
having trouble growing Decadence? Is anyone having great
success growing Decadence?
 
Here in Alabama Decadence falls apart in the
Winter and nearly disappears. Then, in Spring it looks as if someone has
planted iris seed that are just coming up. The rhizomes are small and the
leaves are small.
 
E. Baxley

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