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re: walmart, kmart, etc iris

Regarding discount stores as sources of iris - keep in mind that any tall
bearded iris rhizome that can sit in a plastic bag for a long time is
probably not going to be a variety that is terribly prone to soft rot.  After
having so much trouble with mail ordered varieties, what the heck, I bought
'Vita's Fire' and 'Lacy Snowflake' at the local discount store - in March I
think, and they bloom profusely and grow like weeds compared to some of my
more carefully labelled (Vita's Fire must be Vitafire) varieties.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com

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