want to thank everyone who wrote me about this seedling. 100% were
in favor of keeping it, so I will try. It has been my experience though
that a very week seedling that I try to rescue usually self-destructs. I
don’t know how many times I have been asked, “Did you get rid
of that one I liked so well?”, and I replied, “I didn’t have
to. It died on its own.” I tend to lose fondness for an iris
that doesn’t really want to live.
Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ
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this even better than your seedling that I saw at national. Have you
tried having it grown in a garden further north? Possibly it will do much
better out of the heat. Maybe not too. You never know. I know
that I have sent some of my seedlings down to my mom and sister in Texas and
they have done much better than here in Illinois. Go figure.
thought I would throw in my two cents worth
message dated 9/2/2008 3:55:36 P.M. Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
is the time I have to make final decisions on some of my seedlings. I
need suggestions about this one. It has bloomed four years for me, and I
have received more compliments on it than on most of my other ones. I
have been told that it is a unique color and pattern. Its problem is that
it a poor grower, subject to many problems in my garden. After all this
time, I have only two healthy rhizomes. I am tempted to toss them, yet I
hate to. What should I do?
Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone
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