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Re: Error Condition Re: I. reticulata "Harmony" question

  • To: iris-l@Rt66.com
  • Subject: Re: Error Condition Re: I. reticulata "Harmony" question
  • From: telp@Rt66.com (Tom Tadfor Little)
  • Date: Wed, 5 Jun 96 22:21:57 MDT

>Return-Path: <krichardson@barents.com>
>Date: Wed, 05 Jun 96 11:07:52 EST
>From: krichardson@barents.com
>Encoding: 38 Text
>Cc: telp@Rt66.com
>Subject: Re: Error Condition Re: I. reticulata "Harmony" question
>     Hello!
>     Our company is in the process of switching from x@peg.kpmg.com to 
>     x@barents.com, which is why my initial request to join your group was 
>     rejected.  They should fix this in the next week or so; meanwhile, 
>     would you mind posting the following message for me?  Sorry for the 
>     inconvience!
>     Thanks!!!
>______________________________ Reply Separator
>     Hello!
>     I am new to this group, and new to the wonderful world of iris 
>     growing.  I have a beginner's question:
>     I have a nice sunny (partial afternoon shade), well drained slope in 
>     my yard in Northern Virginia.  I'd like to plant an iris which will 
>     spread, but which will remain low so as not to block the very low 
>     windows of my house.
>     I just received a White Flower Farm catalog and saw a bulb called I. 
>     reticulata "Harmony" which is only 6 inches tall and seems to meet my 
>     growing conditions.  Has anybody tried this?  Any comments?  I was 
>     unaware that there were irises which grew from bulbs.  Any 
>     advantage/disadvantage to bulbs, rather than rhizomes?  (or is this 
>     considered an "imitation" iris?)
>     I'd love to hear any other recommendations for a nice, easy to grow, 
>     low (up to 15" or so) iris.  Meanwhile, I'll keep soaking up all the 
>     wonderful news and info you send out!
>     Thank you!!
>     Karin Richardson, Oakton, VA
Tom Tadfor Little      telp@Rt66.com   -or-   tlittle@LANL.gov
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