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Re: Hardness of PCI in the USA

From: "jervis2" <jervis2@eggconnect.net>

Hardness of PCI in the USA mark says PCI are not hardy in parts of the usa.
My i ask on what do you bases do you makr thestatement as to thehardness of
the PC iris I would be interested in hearing of people's
experience with them from other members hear and on iris talk.

I understand they are grown in Washington and some parts of Canada. There as
been much debate hear in the UK. Some breeders have produced hybrids that
survive the winters in the UK. But on the other hand some seed and plant
imports have produced mixed results.

Arthur in the UK.

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