Difference: Info_Pacific_Coast_Iris_Culture (r2 vs. r1)

r2 - 20 Jul 2011 - 01:32 - Main.ksayce r1 - 09 Jun 2011 - 14:20 - Main.RPries
  

Pacificas are mostly grown in areas throughout the world that have average conditions similar to their native habitat, although they are being successfully grown in surprisingly different conditions. Plants from seeds may be the preferred method in many areas. Seeds may be planted in the fall in a fine starting mixture and moved into the garden after they have 2 or 3 new leaves, but if transplanted in the summer months should be kept moist for their first year.

Pacificas are mostly grown in areas throughout the world that have average conditions similar to their native habitat, although they are being successfully grown in surprisingly different conditions. Plants from seeds may be the preferred method in many areas. Seeds may be planted in the fall in a fine starting mixture and moved into the garden after they have 2 or 3 new leaves, but if transplanted in the summer months should be kept moist for their first year. Although hybridizers have achieved tremendous results in developing new garden forms with a full spectrum of colors which are sold by various

  

Although hybridizers have achieved tremendous results in developing new garden forms with a full spectrum of colors which are sold by various nurseries and through mail order sources, seeds will produce a plant that is only similar to the parents from which it came. Only the species will come true from seed. An excellent source of seeds is the seed exchange of The Society of Pacific Coast Iris through their fall sales program.

nurseries and through mail order sources, seeds will produce a plant that is only similar to the parents from which it came. Only the species will come true from seed. An excellent source of seeds is the seed exchange of The Society of Pacific Coast Iris through their fall sales program.

  
 
 
r2 - 20 Jul 2011 - 01:32 - Main.ksayce r1 - 09 Jun 2011 - 14:20 - Main.RPries

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