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Calling all iris-l refugees..

From: Ellen Gallagher <sibrob@ncia.net>

Hi all,

I know there are at least 14 others out there on iris-talk. Kudos to 
John for doing this for us. :))

I am still in Siberian bloom season but it sadly is passing....some of 
the JIs are in tight green bud and two of the very early ones are 
showing a little bit of color at the tip of the bud. I now realize I 
should have divided them last year since a few seem to have fewer 
bloomstalks than I expected...and with Japanese iris you can easily feel 
the growing rhizome at ground level when they are growing out of their 
space. They are planted very deep here in the far north (about 4" down).
I will have to take an ax to them...better let my husband do that since 
I am very fond of my toes and feet. :))

The lilium and daylilies are loaded with buds (the beds are also loaded 
with weeds - it has been raining for three weeks and I been remiss in 
not running out there during the few lulls of the *monsoon season* here 
in the temperate rain forest we live in. Wish we could send the storm 
clouds to the drought stricken south, especially.



Ellen Gallagher / sibrob@ncia.net / Northern White Mts., NH / Zone 3a

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