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Re: Louisianas- Favorites? and Rebloomers?

Hi Catharine and others:

I think Louisiana Irises will grow fine in high dappled shade, though not
as fully as in sunny sites.  I just dug a clump of the Louisiana named
"Buff Dancer" (Rowlan), and I noted that it had bloomed quite a bit (many
seed pods present)--but I completely overlooked that particular clump
during the bloom season because the site was shaded by an encroaching
Leyland Cypress.  That clump got absolutely no directly sunlight.  Imagine
what it would have done had it been properly sited.

Tom Dillard
Little Rock, Arkansas
USDA Zone 7B

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