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[iris-talk] Re Rhizomes

Thanks for the advice regarding bulbs/rhizomes from US growers, I have of course been browsing through nearly all pages , and I most say the numbers of different hybrids is impressing. I most set for the very small Iris, but I am intrigued by the beauty of TB and other tall Iris .In my garden I grow also a massive clump of spuria and when they flower with their height of 4 or 5 feet, they look impressive too.
A Question to American iris growers: I know of course there is great different in climate in your continent but what represent the problem of growing iris in the north contrary to the south.? 
Jan Jacobsen -Denmark

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