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Re: Iris Tofieldia



On Fri, 19 Jul 1996 LMann76543@aol.com wrote:

> Tofieldia is a genus in the lily family - false asphodel.  My Bailey's manual
> of cultivated plants doesn't list any Tofieldias and neither does my old
> Taylor's encyclopedia of gardening.  Our native species don't sound showy
> from the description (very little greenish or white flowers), but there may
> be something out there called an iris in this genus, maybe from another
> continent?  

	Good work but you spoiled Sharon's "to field 1a" for me.;-( <G>

	Ellen Gallagher in No. NH where the temp. was 57 degrees this morn.
			and the Japanese I. are blooming!







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