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Re: New to Iris-TalK

In a message dated 11/28/00 9:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gatogordo@webtv.net writes:

<< and would also like to learn more about those Irids that would adapt well 
to the central Texas landscape.  >>

       Besides "true" Irises, I would think that the Blackberry Lily 
[Belemcanda chinensis] and Montbretia would do well in your area.  Both are 
members of the Iris Family.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.         USDA Zone 8b   [Down to 17 F last week]

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