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Matching Names to Plants

  • Subject: Matching Names to Plants
  • From: Robert Pindell <bobdell@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Tue, 07 May 2002 14:05:35 -0400

I lurk and never post.  I just pay my AIS and NEOIS dues, drool over the 
pictures in the Bulletin, buy iris, stick them in the ground, stand 
back, let them grow and dazzle the neighbors so I have little to 
contribute to the discussion here.  But now I have a problem and I am 
sure this group can help.

Last winter, between the frost and the wind a number of  my plant 
markers heaved out of the ground and disappeared.  I now have a list of 
iris names and three bunches of plants; those with names, those with 
names that I am not completely sure belong to the plant in question, and 
those with out names at the moment.  (I also have a bunch of  TB's with 
great flowers but no names at all but that is another story.)  I assume 
that somewhere on the net there is a by name roster of iris with 
descriptions of bloom and perhaps other characteristics such as foliage 
base color.  I have done a bit of a search for such a roster and found 
none.  Does such a list exist on the net and if so, can someone give the 
the URL?  If such a list is not readily available could someone tell me 
so that I can form another plan short of a rototiller and a lot of $$$'s 
to get the right names back on my plants?


In the Cleveland, Ohio area watching his MDB's and SDB's bloom like mad 
and awaiting the big show with his TB's, SIB's and JI's........


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