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Re: iris gardening


Iris pseudocorus grows well in Florida, at least around Gainesville.  There 
is a large pond with plants growing just by the National Biological Service 
laboratories.

Someone suggested Iris versicolor would grow well there but it is very 
straggly (at least the wild one we have abundantly in this area) compared to 
virginica which is abundant in the wild in North Florida and has  very 
strong growth plus beautiful large flowers.

The other iris that seems to grow well around Gainesville are the louisianas.

Ian E. Efford
avocet@worldlink.ca
Ottawa
Ian E. Efford
avocet@worldlink.ca
Ottawa zone 3






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