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In a message dated 9/5/97 6:12:50 AM, you wrote:

<<Again, do tets. resent bogs and prefer drier locales?

	Marie Caillet just sent me one of the Mertzweiller interploidy
seedlings.  Should it be planted in the bog or in a drier bed? >>


I grew a couple of the tet cultivars of Louisiana iris.  I grew them in moist
beds not saturated but moist.  I almost lost them and had to pick them up and
put them in pots and baby them.  

I would throw those dogs away! (<:) That's what I did.  There are just to
many gorgeous easy to grow cultivars, than baby sitting those jewels just
'cause they're suppose to be superior with their extra chromosomes.  Just a
personal opinion!  (<:)

Robert Turley
Lac Charles, la Louisiane

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