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Barbara Null
Tyler, TX  zone 7b/8a
Good morning:
Oh, happy day.  This first PCI bloomed yesterday.  It is drop dead gorgeous.  
Oh, sad day.  I am not going to the convention after all.  I had promised to 
bring PCI iris and am sending 5 pots with the president of our club.  3 of a 
pale blue and 2 of a coffee-colored both of which have done well here for many 
I have burned a large bed in front in late winter a couple of times.  It is a 
mixed bed and contains several bearded iris, buddhlea, mini crepe myrtles, 
one rose, one camelia, rock rose, verbena, and lots of other things.  The only 
plant I killed was the rose.  I saved the camellia on the first burn by a 
constant stream of water and it has finally recovered.  The second burn was this 
winter and I didn't allow it to go that far.  Everything else seems unscathed 
(including weeds).

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