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Re: Medians


From: Denise Stewart <stewartd@proaxis.com>

Hello from Dee in Oregon, Marte, long time no hear from you, and now I've
finally found this place that has a wealth of knowledge and information...Hugs
Dee


At 10:28 PM 9/1/98 -0600, you wrote:
>From: Marte Halleck <MorJHalleck@worldnet.att.net>
>
>Steve Johndro wrote: 
>> 
>[snip]
>> I'm trying to broaden my assortment
>> of irises and would rather know which ones are suitable to colder
>> climates.  Where I am it get's down to -40...sometimes colder in the
>> deepest of the winter.  And we get tons of snow.....way too much. So far
>> I have siberians, bearded in all heights, japenese irises, and the dutch
>> bulbs.  Is there any other type of iris that would like my cold
>> winters?  Thanks  and have a great gardening day!   Pat in northern
>> Maine
>
>Pat, I'm surprised you can grow the bulbous "Dutch" iris in northern
>Maine -- they never winter over for me in the Colorado foothills, where
>most years we have some nights that get down to -30 or -35F & every year
>experience temps of -20 to -25F. Usually, we have good snow cover at the
>time, but even this doesn't help as the Dutch iris never reappear.
>
>However, I've become very fond of the tiny I. reticulata & I.
>histrioides -- they return & bloom faithfully (in April at my altitude)
>& are increasing at a reasonable rate so eventually I'll have even more
>of them to enjoy. The bulbs are offered mail order by plenty of sources
>now for fall planting & I certainly recommend you try some -- they make
>the best impact if you plant at least a couple of dozen quite close
>together. I've also scattered many thruout my small areas of lawn grass,
>where they flower long before the grass greens up, the elongated,
>grassy-looking iris leaves are no detriment & anyway, these die back
>before the lawn really needs a haircut.
>
>You might also consider arilbreds -- they're quite cold hardy but don't
>do well where there's a lot of rain in mid- to late summer. The ABs that
>are only 1/4 aril (& 3/4 TB or median) would be a good place to start.
>The 1/4-breds can be grown in the same conditions as TBs, as long as the
>drainage is really good.
>
>Marte in the mtns	Zone 4/Sunset 1  Colorado
>
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  • References:
    • Re: Medians
      • From: "Lora L. Masche" <loramasche@cdepot.net>
    • Re: Medians
      • From: Steve Johndro <johndros@ainop.com>
    • Re: Medians
      • From: Marte Halleck <MorJHalleck@worldnet.att.net>



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