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I garden in SW Wisconsin (zones 4/5) on a city lot. I've got deep shade under maple trees, full sun, and everything in between.

My sun/part shade garden is a cottage-style garden, with many types of iris tucked between other perennials. Iris (of all types) are one of my favorite plants. I have iris of various sizes and types blooming from late April (for the tiniest bearded iris) through July.

I'm looking forward to sharing information and learning more about iris from you.


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