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Re: species irises

I've plugged before and will continue to plug is I. graminea.  It seems to 
be tough enough to stand up to my occasional neglect and offer the greatest 
little flowers alluringly dressed in a fountain of foliage.  It grows fine 
in Delaware and fine in Ohio.

I.graminea also grows well in Ottawa and flowered for me soon after I 
transplanted it from Trevor Coles' garden.  I have it in shade, partial 
shade and sun and it flowered in all three locations although the plant 
height is far less in the sun.
Ian E. Efford
Ottawa zone 3

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