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Re: Thornbird and rot

At 10:21 PM 11/10/96 -0500, you wrote:
>> Here in NZ we pay $11.00(nz) for a piece of Thornbird(TB/ space
>> ager) or         $7.85(US) what is the price in the US Yes I'm Nosy!!!
>Here is a breakdown of what I found when I researched the price of
>Thornbird, which rotted on me this year but, it looks like I may have
>saved two small pieces.  I really like this iris and would have
>reordered it if it had croaked.
>Dana Brown, Lubbock, Texas  Zone 7

What a coincidence. :) Thornbird tried to rot on me as well, but I noticed
today that the small piece that I saved is making a come back.  I blame the
associated rot on insect damage rather than a weakness in the cultivar.
Anyone else have any experience with this variety?


Donald Mosser
North Augusta, South Carolina, USA
On the South Carolina and Georgia Border
Zone 7b-8

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