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Re: iris gardening

This is an interesting question because it leads to a question I have been
wondering about --

what kinds of iris grow in Florida?  are species more popular than hybrids?

John Walker is planting species, it seems.  Do you have hybrids of any sort
down there??  What other species are there?  It seems pretty damp...

How do you find the growing conditions?? What is your soil like?

I have absolutely no experience with growing in Florida, but I should think
that these two, I pseudacorus, and I versicolor should thrive.  Other folks
from more southern climates will know more than I do.

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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