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Re: Iris beds

  • Subject: Re: Iris beds
  • From: "Iris" <iris@syix.com>
  • Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2009 05:39:31 -0700


Hi B.J.
I don't think that you will have a problem at all. Good Luck!
----- Original Message -----
From: B.J. Vera
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2009 5:34 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Iris beds


I would like to plant irises temporarily in a spot that I would like
to use later to plant vegetables. I know that the rhizomes are
poisonous but wondered if there would be any implications of pulling
out irises next Spring and then a couple of weeks later, plant
vegetables. I have veggies there now, but would like to borrow the
space. Does anyone have any info on this subject? I appreciate any

B.J. in VA

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