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Re: PCN: douglasiana (143ex)

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

In a message dated 11/6/99 12:56:19 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
nye@mail.fidalgo.net writes:

<< nye@fidalgo.net >>
     You will doubtlessly receive several replies on this but , in general, 
I. Doug. is a Pacific Coast Native which grows very easily.
 It is almost an evergreen where you are and blooms profusely It seeds 
readily so you may find you have more than one clump in a few years.
 They vary in color from pink, white, blue in light and dark tones.
Roy Davidson is quite well known here in the Northwest for his plant 
knowledge. Hope you enjoy your iris.

Rita B
University Place, WA
(South of Tacoma)
Region 13  

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