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Re: Re: TB: I. germanica
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  • Subject: Re: Re: TB: I. germanica
  • From: smciris@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 10:08:36 EDT

 

I'm curious as to which type of arilbreds you have tried.  With your collection of MDBs & SDBs, I'd have expected arilbredmedians to do quite well there.
 
Sharon McAllister
 
In a message dated 4/19/2010 7:57:52 AM Mountain Daylight Time, eleanore@mts.net writes:
Median iris, especially SDB's, are the main part of my collection.  MDB's do well here too. 
 
Historic TB's seem to do better for me than more modern TB's, although I do try to order a few new ones each year.  Last year, a friend gave me 2 historic Japanese iris.  They're greening up already, so I'm quite pleased.
 
I've managed to keep a few AB's alive long enough for them to bloom, then most have died, alas.



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