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Re: I. Pumila

CEMahan@aol.com wrote:
  I don't know anyone else who is growing this
> iris successfully as far south as Maryland and Virginia, and am fascinated.
>  Would really like to be able to succeed with it, especially for breeding
> purposes....(I have always had to have people in the North send me pollen!
> And the potential use of this iris to create rebloomers when out crossed is
> great!)  Clarence Mahan in Northern VA  (P.S. If you are succeeding with it,
> are you sure it is I. pumila? My fingers are crossed for a "yes" answer.)

Ben Hager of Stockton, California is growing a number of selected clones
of I. pumila.  If these can succeed in warm California they should do
good for you. If you need help in contacting him let me know.

Rick Tasco
Central California
Zone 8.5

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