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Re: Pacific Coast iris (was evaluation criteria)

In a message dated 96-11-29 19:59:58 EST, you write:

>Another question for anyone else out there.  Can pacific coast be grown in
>places like Tenn. ? Barbara

With Clarence Mahan encouraging me to 'waste' my time trying, I have planted
two more packages of seeds from Bayview Gardens.  One of the folks on the
list sent me some seeds last spring - 2 germinated and lived awhile.  I don't
know anyone else nuts enough to try them here.  

That's the long answer, the short answer is no - summers are much too wet and
hot, usually.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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