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Re: Spring sprang sprung -> Iris

Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 3/29/05 5:13:05 PM, garrideb@well.com writes:

<< Im thinking of tearing out my tall bearded ones
this fall and replacing with reticulatas and Siberians... >>

Jim, I have only a few bearded iris left in my garden because the foliage looks so ratty for most of the season. I love the Siberians and Japanese Iris for the gorgeous blooms but also for the foliage that adds such a nice texture to the garden all season.
Thanks Ceres, always good to have esthetic moral support...
Do you (or anybody) grow Junos ?
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 105 F [40 C], Min. 5 F [-15 C]

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