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Brown recluse spider/ Siberian Iris

  • Subject: Brown recluse spider/ Siberian Iris
  • From: Flowheat@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2001 12:33:19 EDT

My cousin picked up some old newspapers in his yard this summer and was 
bitten by the brown recluse spider.  He lost his finger and into his hand 
because of it. Since then, I have been trying to remember to wear gloves.

Have any of you Iris people been successful in growing SIBERIAN Irises in 

zone 5/6 

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