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Re: PCN:seedling

In a message dated 9/25/2002 6:21:43 AM Central Daylight Time, irises@senet.com.au writes:

I'd appreciate any comments as I'm considering registering it

I have zero knowledge of PCN's and am not qualified to comment on your seedlings merits. Others tell me I cannot grow them in my climate. I like the diversity and intricacies of the blooms I see posted. What are the currently accepted ideal conditions for growing PCN's? Of which adverse growing conditions are they least tolerant? Are some varieties more tolerant of these adverse conditions?

Wonderin' some if "cannot" means "not impossible",

Bill Burleson 7a/b
Old South Iris Society

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