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Queenbee's water iris post doesn't open

Posted by iris_gal z9 CA (My Page) on
Fri, May 14, 10 at 21:25

Hi Queenbee'

Getting the whoops message when I click on your post.

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RE: Queenbee's water iris post doesn't open

Thanks for the head's up! I'll just state my question here- IF that's ok!

I have two man made fish ponds, approz 10x10 each. They are FULL (very little water/space left in them) of a beautiful mauve pink iris w/ a yellow throat. I love this iris...but I will NOT put it in our creek or our farm ponds because I have seen what it does... So, I was wondering if I could just plant some of them in our heavy red clay soil and keep them watered...Is there a way to keep them w/ out introducing them into our natural water ways??? Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts?...thanks QB

RE: Queenbee's water iris post doesn't open

If they are Louisiana irises they will grow just fine in your clay soil as long as you keep it moist. I think they look wonderful on the banks of a pond.

RE: Queenbee's water iris post doesn't open

Do you have a picture of your iris? Or have a link to one online?

RE: Queenbee's water iris post doesn't open

Here is the water iris I have...
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