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Re: Iris Experiment!

Hi Ellen,  Our second home is in Volcano, Calif.  3,000 feet 
elevation.  We get between 2 to 3 feet of snow  but it  doesn't last 
very long.  It's gone within two weeks.  I think our zone in 8 or at 
least I buy plants for that zone.  I have all my irises totally 
covered over with bark so the ground is protected from the weeds.  We 
had beautiful irises with no leaf spot or fungus.  Maybe I was just 
lucky.  I hope it stays that way.  Good luck to you.    Lora M.

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