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WANTED: Have: Rare Pacific Coast Native Iris Hybrids

Posted by liliaceae 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 18, 12 at 12:00

Will have Rare, Hard to find Pacific Coast Native Iris Hybrids available to trade in Feb & March & possibly early April, depending on weather. These Iris can only be dug and transplanted during these times and are only hardy in part of zone 6 through zone 9, doing best in zones 7 & 8. These are reselect seedlings from named varieties of the famous Iris hybridizer, Joe Ghio, as well as some crossed with Iris tenax, to give them increased hardiness. If you have plants on my want list and would like to trade, I will put you on a list. Let me know what you have to trade. I will have 8 or 9 varieties available. I do large trades only. No postage.

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