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Re: Re. Striking irises

My definition of a "Striking Iris" is one that I
can plant in my front yard that will stop
traffic.  I want a couple, (TB?) that will get
people to stop their cars and gawk.  I have read
the names but they do not mean much to me because
I really do not know what they look like.  Are
there any traffic stoppers?

Bob  In the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland Ohio
where the Lake Effect Begins
Is it zone 5 or is it zone 6 with lots of snow?

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