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Re: JI: Where they Grow

From: Irisborer@aol.com

In a message dated 1/26/1999 1:43:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, Maslon@aol.com

<< the iris from japan if you can grow it in canada , can that be grown in
 what am I ) zone 5 or 6 columbus ohio.? >>

Hi Christopher:

I didn't keep Maureen's post, but I wonder if you are referring to Japanese
Iris, or Iris ensata??  If that's so, they will LOVE your Columbus, Ohio
climate.  I live in Buffalo, NY and Japanese do fantastic here.  They need a
cold period, lots of moisture and acidy soil.  

If you do not get the Ensata Gardens catalog, you should.  They are the
premier (largest) seller of JI's in the US, and there's lots of pictures in
their catalog too.

Send $2 to
Ensata Gardens
9823 E. Michigan Ave.
Galesburg, MI  49053

Also, Japanese Iris bloom a month later than the bearded irises so you'll  get
a longer season of bloom.

Kathy Guest
E. Aurora, NY

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