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Re: three's a crowd

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: three's a crowd
  • From: "donald" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 20:35:42 -0000


> I always admire pictures of Persian Berry.  I've never tried to 
grow it
> because in all the local gardens where I have seen it, it fades 
> and has poor substance.  It must be much prettier in a cooler 

You could hardly call my climate cool!  Heat does awful things to 
blooms with even the best substance.  Substance on mine seems about 
average.  My PB grows under some oak saplings, so it gets a smidgen 
of protection from direct sun.  Not much break from the heat, 
though.  It's been an eager bloomer.  I keep expecting it to bloom 
out. It probably has managed to bloom on cooler days or I would have 
experienced what you've seen.  My bloom season has variable temps.


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