I received it named: Zebra iris - through
another irisarian friend of mine. (I guess there is always the possibility that
it is misnamed, but I don't think so).
I decided to pot it up
and place it in the pond, because it never performed very well for me in
the ground. I felt like it was wasting space by not blooming every year.
So I thought....................maybe it just needs more water than it
gets on the drip.....................so why not try this? If it doesn't
perform much better in the pond .......................I may just end up getting
rid of it all together. The potted Zebra has been sitting in the pond
for about 5 months now. Possibly because it's SO arid here - sitting
in the pond may not be as detrimental.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 9:28
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB: Foliage of
<I put my Zebra in the pond this year to see
how they adapt there. So far - - so good.>
I've never heard of doing this, anybody else out
there that have heard of this growing
I do have the pseudacorus with the variegated
foliage, but I know that it's meant for water.
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