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OT-BIO: Beginner suggestions

  • Subject: OT-BIO: Beginner suggestions
  • From: "soapquiltknit" <soapquiltknit@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 03 May 2002 01:41:06 -0000

Hi, I'm new here.  I went to Argyle Acres with a friend last weekend 
and I'm ready to try some iris.

I guess my first question is how much sun do they HAVE to have?  My 
yard is pretty shady and pretty full as dh is the resident gardener 
with hundreds of Japanese maples and azaleas.  But I could make a bed 
for iris at the farm if needed.

Second question is what varieties should I start with?  I live in 
north central Texas, zone 8.  I did some searching in the archives 
for beginners lists but struck out.  Tell me what to search for and 
I'll give it another go if it's already out there.  The blues and 
purples are my favorites.  Suggestions for good doers in my area?


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