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can iris be a groundcover?

Posted by tina_2 zone8 tx (purplegard4me@aol.com) on
Sat, Aug 30, 08 at 12:20

Hi - I have 50 plus / mixed iris plants to trade. The box is packed and very ''full''. They are either fragrant purple or creamy white or buttery yellow.
They are all trimmed, boxed and ready to go.
I ship, priority with delivery confirmation.
I, would expect the same courtesy.
Please, look at my ''wish list'', before you make an offer.
Please no seeds.
I can't send for postage or sasbe.
I, am looking for plants, but no more iris.
As, I have tooooo many.
Put ""Iris"" in the email , so that I will get it.
Thank you for your time. tina_2


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RE: can iris be a groundcover?

tina~are they Siberian or bearded iris? I have some bearded iris that have only flowered once in 7 years, maybe you can help me? I just moved them, hopefully they'll like it better where they're at now. Any tips? TIA.


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