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Re: Re: Edith Wolford



laurief@paulbunyan.net wrote:
> --- In iris-photos@y..., "R.J. Baynum" <cyberphoenix@q...> wrote:
> > nice pics.. How many Irises do you have? Do you grow them in a field?
> I currently have about 250 named cultivars and around 90 more on order this
> year.  The majority of my beardeds are planted over the septic drainfield
> behind the west side of the house.  I also have two smaller beds containing a
> total of approx 90 rebloomers in a sheltered area just outside the basement
> walkout on the south side of the house in full sun.
> Laurie
> zone 3b northern
> MN
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