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Re: Iris in greenhouses

Joan Roberts has a greenhouse,,and starts a lot of her seedlings there. I
have been using Bethany's playhouse, fitted with lights and heat.  All I know
is don't set the heat too high. I have a lovely blue-violet-blue seedling out
now, and enjoying it immensely. It is from reblooming blue lines, and has
deeper texture veins, that give it a lot of character. Good luck with the
greenhouse, and let me envy you a little.  Lloyd Z. Durham, NC  Zone 7 (I
just changed it because of our early winter!) 

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