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From: H&P Herder <farm@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca>

John & Margaret M.
The weather in spring '99 was very cold and just seemed to hold and
would not warm up.  Such a long time without those blooms starting.     
Then it starts to get nice and the tall beardeds think...it's time to
grow then they get zapped with frosts.
Of the four tall bearded iris planted the previous fall only one
survived.
The iris were very healthy and the purchase source was not at fault
here.
Some varieties can take it and others can not.                          
Shauna...would like to know your results on your trial of varieties.    
Would be interesting to see a listing of iris that excel for each
growing zone.
Pearl Herder                                                           
Fort Saskatchewan,Alberta        farm@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca

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