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Re: SPU: zone 3 ?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] SPU: zone 3 ?
  • From: "Juri Pirogov" <cumine7@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 00:13:20 +0400

Some domestic hybrids of spuria grow and bloom like weed here in zone
similar Ellen's zone 3. They are ideal as cutting flowers. But many modern
american spurias are don't growing at all here.

Juri in Moscow
with TBs at peak of best blooming for 15 years.

> > Do you know how Spuria does in Zone 3 climates?
> >
> > Sandra
> > SE Manitoba Zone 3
> I do not grow any spuria except the little species I. graminea
> but have heard that in the praire provinces where the soil is
> more alkaline and arid, they grow (well?). Try them and see.
> They were, to my eye, the most outstanding specimens at the
> Denver convention. Tall, colorful and stately. The WOW iris. :)
> Ellen - still enjoying TBs and Sibes
> =====
> Ellen Gallagher / ellengalla@yahoo.com
> Berlin, NH, USA / Zone 3


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