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new to irises

  I've just bought my first ever new home.  It's a small place 
  with a BIG yard that had become very overgrown as no one had 
  lived there for a while.  The only flowering plants I've 
  discovered so far are irises.  They're planted in a very narrow 
  cramped spot by the driveway but I want to make them a more 
  integral part of what I hope one day will be an extensive 
  perennial garden.  I decided to subscribe to this list to learn 
  from others what I needed to know to accomplish this.  I live, 
  by the way, southwest of Dallas, Tx.

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