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Iris from 1850-1920's?

Posted by sujiwan 6 MD (My Page) on
Wed, May 5, 10 at 9:20

For planting in northern Maryland and south central PA, which vendors should I investigate who would have a wide selection of historic iris from 1850-1920's?

Is it better to find a grower in the same zone or cooler?

Thanks. :-)


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RE: Iris from 1850-1920's?

i would start with "superstition gardens"

http://www.tbisonline.com/ca/superstition.html

photo album - http://community.webshots.com/user/rickt103

mr toad


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RE: Iris from 1850-1920's?

bluej iris & argyle iris have a good selection, too, & I think there's one called shadowwood or shadowood or shadow wood.


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RE: Iris from 1850-1920's?

Take a look at the list Carlos put together on his website. He tells you what kind of irises they specialize in.

Here is a link that might be useful: Brighton Park Iris links


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