Re: SIB: for warmer climates
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- Subject: Re: SIB: for warmer climates
- From: Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 22:56:42 -0600 (MDT)
Ellen Gallagher wrote:
> Mark Cook wrote:
> >> the '98 plant list from the Hollingworths in
> >> Michigan and they mentioned that their BAND OF ANGELS did well in
> >> the hotter regions of the United States....
> >I would like to hear more about this. If Siberians will not grow
> >here, they will not grow anywhere in Florida.
> Made a mistake about the name of the Siberian altho' the train
> was on the right track....it was OVER IN GLORYLAND not BAND OF
> ANGELS. :) From the Hollingworth's blurb about Over in G.:
OVER IN GLORYLAND does well here in my Zone 8, hot summers, sometimes
100+. JEWELLED CROWN also. However the nights rarely get higher than
the 60's. I am discarding DANCE BALLERINA DANCE as it rarely increases
and has a tendency to bloomout.
Superstition Iris Gardens
Central California...where our extra cool spring is extending the bloom
on the tall bearded and I'm sure I will have bloom into June. It will