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Re: Iris unguicularis cultivars

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Iris unguicularis cultivars
  • From: ptyerman@ozemail.com.au
  • Date: Sun, 05 Aug 2001 14:22:08 -0000

> > 
> > So...... here's a few.....  'Blue Stripe', 
> Is it a decent grower? I gotta look for this cutie.


I find it does just as well as the straight species, forming a nice 
clump.  Definitely grows better than 'Walter Butt' and 'Snow Queen' 
for me.  I have one clump I put in around 4 years ago and its a good 
foot across and flowering right now.  Another clumpe put in two years 
ago and 8 inches across from a small start.  I realise I am not a cold 
zone or anything, but I assume if you can grow the basic I. 
unguicularis then you'd be fine with 'Blue Stripe'


Paul Tyerman
Canberra, Australia

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