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Re: Re: LA iris photos

  • Subject: Re: Re: LA iris photos
  • From: Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@cybermesa.com>
  • Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2009 21:10:51 -0600


Wow! I am totally impressed that you can grow them in Winnepeg. No
doubt they will grow here as well. Betty Gunther

inanda1@mts.net wrote:
> A few years ago I missed digging up Black Gamecock to bring in for the
> winter.
> Was amazed to see it growing the following spring. I now have Ann
> Chowning and Dixie Deb which I leave in the ground for the winter.
> They don't bloom but do increase. This year I've moved them into a
> sunnier raised bed as well as bringing divisions inside. I want to
> grow some from seed to see if they will bloom here. Of course we do
> have great snow cover here in zone 2b or 3.
> Ginny in Winnipeg
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