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June 06, 2008

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Joyce LaGow

Beautiful! We just planted earlier this year some small irises that we hope will do well in our climate--got them from friends who live at a much higher altitude (and therefore cooler climate) in February, I believe. We'll have to wait a year to see how they come out.

Annie in Austin

I love plant rescue stories, Tracy, and yours is a good one. My purple passalongs have a light grape scent - are yours fragrant?

The potatoes in the cans are so ingenious. Good luck with the harvest.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Jeremy - Pittsgrove Farms

They are really striking! I think there is something really great about having mystery plants that you just have to wait and see to enjoy. After all, the only question is: how beautiful will they be?

RuthieJ

Beautiful irises! Do they have that delicious, 'kind of grapey' fragrance also?

Joe

Just lovely! They always have such beautiful flowers...nice.

Joe

Just lovely! They always have such beautiful flowers...nice.

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