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SPEC - Iris missouriensis hard to grow?

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: SPEC - Iris missouriensis hard to grow?
  • From: "pwoodward" <pwoodwar@dowco.com>
  • Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 17:30:38 -0600 (MDT)

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Does anyone out there find Iris missouriensis easy to grow? Got any tips =
to share?

For me, the take on I. missouriensis seed is only about 30% (shockingly =
low in wild iris) and the starts grow  v-e-r-y slowly. Anecdotal =
evidence suggests that my experience is not unique. For what it's worth, =
I have no trouble with seed of other wild species from the Pacific Coast =
and eastern Asia.

I'll be offline till Monday, when all advice gratefully received.

---------------------
Paige Woodward / pwoodwar@dowco.com
on top of Chilliwack Mountain in southwestern British Columbia
Wet Zone 6
Pacific Rim Native Plants
44305 Old Orchard Road
Sardis, BC V2R 1A9
CANADA
(604) 792 9279
FAX (604) 792 1891
pacificrim@ntonline.com




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