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Re: SPEC: I.Foetdissima

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] SPEC: I.Foetdissima
  • From: Kenneth Walker <kenww@pacbell.net>
  • Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2001 18:09:54 -0700

I've noticed that some varieties of I. foetidissima have better looking
flowers than others. I bought both varieties that the Iris Gallery has
and the regular one  bloomed. this spring. It has relatively nice flowers.
I have a picture so I'll post to iris-photos.

   Ken Walker
   Concord, CA USA
   USDA Zone 9; Sunset Zone 14

Jim Gibbons wrote:

> The Iris Gallery in Fort Bragg, CA., offers two i.foetidissima, in gallon
> pots postpaid. $9 and $10, one the usual, the other the yellow. The toll
> free is 800-757-IRIS, and the email address is irishud@mcn.org. They offer
> other species as well. Hope this helps,
> Jim Gibbons
> NC Coast, Zone 8a and sandy
> jimgibbons1@mindspring.com


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