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Re: Florida Report.

From: <RMTURLEY@aol.com>

In a message dated 6/29/1998 1:51:23 AM Central Daylight Time,
billc@atlantic.net writes:

<< This interests me very much.  Once my Irises get well enough
 established to report on, I will contribute information too.  Of note on
 this topic, the Spuria ILA CRAWFORD died.  So did the Siberian LITTLE BLUE


I found the old cultivars like Caesar's Brother, White Swirl, etc did find,
but the newer cultivars developed in the cold country were subject to die out
in the hot summers.  If you want good adaptable Siberians you best start
breeding them for your own region.

Robert Turley

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