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Re: Eagle Landing

Chris, you have what Eagle Landing needs apparently.  My soil is heavy clay amended with silt and compost.  The irrigation water contains nitrates, so I never use nitrogen fertilizer.  EL made some magnificent stalks, but I almost lost it from pineappling and rot.
Mesmerizer is a pretty good grower here, but it has never rebloomed for me.
Francelle Edwards    Glendale, AZ   Zone 9
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Sent: Sunday, July 06, 2003 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] last man standing


Eagle Landing grows in a place where the plants get very little
attention.  The soil is mostly sand but it really grows well where most
of the others do poorly.  I figure if I move it to a better location, it
will put on some better increase.

I have a few Sutton irises that do poorly but noting  as bad as


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