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Re: TB:Black Iris

From: Iarejan@aol.com

In a message dated 7/8/99 9:37:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
suttons@lightspeed.net writes:

<< Hi Walter,
 You are getting pretty good at the "BTW, IMHO, FWIW" stuff!  BEFORE THE 
STORM is a poor performer here also.  The stalks are always stunted and have 
a low bud count.  If the buds ever open the flowers are usually half melted 
and very narrow.  I guess it looks good in PA.
 TTYL >>
    I thought the BTW, IMHO, FWIW was what happened when you type with your 
mouth full.   But I finally figured them out so I'm proud of myself...Re: 
BTS, is it possible a tad of shade would help this iris if grown inthe south? 
  Or soil analysis of where it grows well, compared to soil analysis of where 
it grows poorly to see if there's a clue there?   Just guessing, FWIW.   <g>

Janet Natale, where we need a nice overcast day for weeding

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