Pacific BX 193 - SIGNA

Laura & Dave
Fri, 05 Dec 2008 15:45:52 PST
James Waddick wrote:
> 	By a strange coincidence, I am one of the seed exchange 
> co-chairs for the Species Iris Group of North America (SIGNA). 
Also by a strange coincidence, I'm one of the member recipients of seed 
from SIGNA, with a question!!  Should the seed be planted now, or can it 
be held until early spring.  I live in the maritime Pacific Northwest 
(Western Washington, USA to be more exact).  Or is this one of those 
questions that depends on what I have?  I'm assuming I'm at the bottom 
of the learning curve concerning Iris germination, as I haven't had as 
great a success as desired,  especially  with the  bearded  Iris.

I'd like to echo that SIGNA is another great group, with a very 
informative newsletter, that comes pre-punched for a three ring binder  
(I just wish someone would adjust the hole punch!!... hint hint). 

Thanks for any advise offered,

Dave Brastow  - zone 7A they say : we had our first frost last night, 
after several weeks of day temps in the 50's and 60's (F) and nights in 
the upper 30's to mid 40's

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