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Re: Blooming today: Iris Danfordiae

  • Subject: Re: Blooming today: Iris Danfordiae
  • From: Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@cybermesa.com>
  • Date: Fri, 01 May 2009 14:25:47 -0600

I didn't realize you could carry Iris danforidae over winter. Any
secrets to doing so? Betty G.

Cordesview wrote:
> Two more photos.
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> These are also Second Year plants.
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> Last year, these iris bloomed in February! (Due to an early heat wave,
> of course.)
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> My hand is in the second photo so you can see how tiny they are!
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> Adam~
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> Danfordiae size comparison.
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> /Adam Cordes/
> President - Mio Irisarians
> www.mioiris.org
> Region 6
> Zone 4 (and a half . . .J)
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