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Re: RE; Funnygirl1

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] RE; Funnygirl1
  • From: athene athene1@gmail.com
  • Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 22:40:53 -0500

My entire iris garden (a 40' front-porch flowerbed and a 10' back
patio bed) is a NOID bed, Pat :) 
http://photobucket.com/albums/v233/athene1071/Flowers/ to see
pictures.  The only exceptions to my dozens of unknowns (divided last
year from 5  "there when I bought the house" clumps) are three
rhizomes that I bought from the local iris/daylily sale last summer. 
Boysenberry Buttercup and Radiant Angel both have bloomstalks up, and
I'll just be patient on Immortality, since I've read so much that it
needs a few years to settle in... it did seem to take longer to
establish itself in the bed, too, although I was happy to see some
increases on it.

Shari, z5 Indianapolis (southside), anxiously awaiting the
not-too-far-off-now blooms

On 5/3/05, pat <patnjbob@neto.com> wrote:
> My noid bed is in full swing here in TX. 
> Pat

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