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Re: Irises for northern MN


> Ellen -- Please post those addresses to the whole LIST of iris that are being
> sold in colder climates -- Are the rhizomes you are testing coming from
> growers in northern climates, or are they cultivars proported to grow well
> in the north??  The Q goes to the difference in reputation of the cultivar
> vs actual conditioning of the rhizome to the northern climate prior to sale.

	I don't think this is appropriate for the whole list, sorry. 

	One reason is because I found my Northern growers from the back of
	the AIS bulletin....I would be glad to correspond with anyone with
	questions about gardening in Zone 3 by private e-mail.

	Ellen Gallagher   e_galla@moose.ncia.net

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