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Re: Iris Experiment!

> Hi,  I'm Lora M, reading about your Iris problem and getting 
> different answers to solutions on how to save Irises from the cold 
> winters.    
>  We get snow but nothing that lasts very long.  I 
> also cover my Irises all year with bark and have never had rot or 
> mildew problem.  

	Lora hi,

	Where do you live? Folks around here cover bearded irises with
	spruce boughs and never have any rot...I have heard of putting
	some covering near the bearded but not touching....

	Ellen Gallagher    e_galla@moose.ncia.net    Lancaster, NH

				The third zone.....

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