Robert, I wonder just how many of the older spurias
are still in cultivation. Or, if they are, if they are being grown by gardeners
who still know their identities. I know people who plunk these plants in the
ground and never bother to even note down what the names are. I do that myself
with lilies....love 'em, but for some odd reason I really don't care what the
Make sure to get some announcements in the Spuria
Iris Society newsletter so we can get everybody behind the project.
I discovered there are only a couple of spuria iris
society members in Idaho, and in many other states too the numbers are similar.
How many growers there are who may never know about the photo project might
there be? Woah!
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Sent: Friday, May 07, 2004 7:22 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Spuria
Thanks for everyone posting Spuria photos. The Spuria chceklist only has
about 20% of the spurias pictured so far, so we certainly can use a great many
more. Feel free to send some clump shots and garden views with Spurias. I
would even like to get a half dozen shots of spurias in floral arrangements.
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