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Re: Re: TB: Too much growth

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: TB: Too much growth
  • From: Sandra Barss <barsssa@mb.sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2001 07:33:08 -0700

Hi !

This is exactly the type of iris I am looking for.  Does anyone else
have an iris or irises that really increase well for them in their

I have heard Ghost Train and Brazilian Holiday are very good increasers,
and I know American Classic is a great increaser.

I am looking for more of these.

Thanks to anyone who can help.

SE Manitoba
Zone 3


> I had to dig a first year clump of Ring Around Rosie because it was
> too crowded.  It yielded 10 big,healthy rhizomes.  That's too much
> growth; I can't dig irises every year!

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