Linda. in your desert climate japanese Iris would be
best in pots in child wading pools. Remember also they
dont tolerate lime in the soil. Most places they are
--- Linda Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ok.........here's to the Japanese Iris growing
> What is the key to keeping these babies alive and
> growing well? I would
> love to try out one of this cultivar!
> Thanks for any help that you have in advance! Have
> a great day!
> On 7/9/07, Vicki <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Linda,
> > To the best of my knowlege (which is limited re:
> J.I.) , they need water
> > and lots of manure! Dig down 2 feet and give them
> lots of soil goodies
> > before planting. I also thiOkk Chad mentioned top
> dressing but I am not
> > sure. Ask an expert, I know they are out there.
> > This is my third try at growing J.I.'s, I failed
> the first two times.
> > It's best I stick to bearded, siberians, and
> spurias They really grow well
> > for me.
> > Vicki
> > Linda Hunt wrote:
> > Vicki, that is beautiful! Thanks for sharing the
> photos. Do Japanese
> > iris need a lot of water? That is one cultivar I
> have never grown.
> > Linda in Lascassas
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