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Re: CULT: Variegated foliage


I am in zone 5 and sometimes we are considered zone 6. I was going to buy
some TBs with the variegated foliage as I can find them potted and growing
here. None of the potted ones offered for sale look to have had any blooms
and although I was more interested in them for foliage I had thought they
might be fairly hardy.
There is very little information on them offered. Being fairly new to the
world of Iris I would appreciate any words of wisdom being offered. I did
check a British Columbia catalogue from Ferncliff Gardens and did not find
any variegated offered. I was wondering how they would grow here.
Moira
Victoria Moira Simmonds
Armstrong, B.C. Can.
victoria@thelizard.net
victoria@cnx.net
Clumber Spaniels
www.fuzzyfaces.com/whitehawk1.html

----- Original Message -----
From: "laurief" <laurief@paulbunyan.net>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2004 1:39 AM
Subject: Re: [iris] CULT: Variegated foliage


: >What's the experience out there with variegated foliage iris?
:
: I'm on my third attempt with 'Zebra', and this is the first time it's
: managed to survive its first winter here.  It's also the first time we've
: had decent snowfall over winter in a number of years.  The plant that

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