Bill wrote "Am I facing moisture, humidity,
temperature, light (latitude) or other or all?"
Yes and probably a couple of dozen factors that
have not been mentioned. Try the SPCNI site for basic information on climate
because it varies with species. Some grow only where it doesn't freeze and there
is moisture all the time. Some grow in the Sierra Nevada's where it freezes and
is dry all summer. The interspecies hybrids combine the ability to live in
different climatic conditions.
I don't consider planting seeds to be tilting
windmills, just a low probability of success. ONly a little money, space and
effort is involved. However if you were to purchase PCIs, then you
would be close to "tilting".
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Then introduce the survivors
Thanks for the info Harold. I'm more than curious about
these jewels. Still, prior to beginnin' the tilt of windmills or even making
the decision to proceed, I need more info on ideal culture. Am I facing
moisture, humidity, temperature, light (latitude) or other or all?
post about PCN's make it to iris-talk. Your response is much appreciated as
will be any other input.
Bill Burleson 7a/b
Old South Iris Society
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