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Did everyone see the article in Fine Gardening on Louisiana Iris??
	No doubt there are enormous identification problems, so would
those of you who know LAI's let us know what they are?
	Lee DeJ -- the article says they grow to zone 4!! is that you??
and a photo showing a combination with Western spider lilies (whatever that is)
with LAI.  Stunning!!
	This author grows them with bearded, and beardless iris.  She's been
doing it for fifty years.  Marie Callet lives in Louisana.

There's one terrific storm with much much rain out there, better get under
Carolyn Schaffner in downpouring Buffalo, NY!

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