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  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: I RUDSKYII
  • From: "donald" donald@eastland.net
  • Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 20:19:04 -0000

Great responses on the location for Macedonia!  Lots more fun than 
having to look up something I should have been able to remember.  
Warm, dry summers; cold winters with snow cover.  Typical favored 
clime for median iris, I should think.  I can provide hot, dry 
summers, but medians don't like my mild, temperate winters.  Rather 
they do like those and grow beautifully during the winter months, but 
I think they believe they are just having a mild summer.  So, when 
real summer arrives, they usually perish.  I have managed to locate a 
couple of MTBs where they manage pretty well.  I try not to disturb 
them lest I break the spell.

Eleanor is in a position to give so much more information than either 
TWOI or Kohlein.  And much more recent.  The foliage does not sound 
like a variation of I. variegata....does it?


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