pepper23 said:Louisiana iris do better than bearded iris in those types of conditions and I found one that is a nice pink.
Louisiana Iris (Iris 'Aunt Shirley')
There are others out there too. Here's a site selling some.
DaisyDo said:I was just going to suggest a Louisiana iris, but Amanda beat me to the draw. I live in 7A, close to 6B, and my Red Velvet Elvis LA loves the damp place in which I planted it.
irisarian said:check with the Maine Iris Society for pinks which do well in the climate. However 7a sounds a lot better than 6a which covers most of Maine.
DaisyDo said:Read Pacific Ponds' prior posts and I think you will come to the same conclusion - that the administrator here should ban PPs account entirely, not just remove his posts.
1. He can't decide where he lives.
2. He posts false information about various locations.
3. He claims to have been a horticulturist for 15 years, but also that he
a) poured 25 gallons of pool water on his palm tree.
b) killed a neighbor's palm tree by pouring bleach on it.
c) recommended that a tree that's rotting out be fitted with a treehouse, rope swing and sliding board for children. (Downright evil!)
PP is warped. I'm not just suggesting that his account be closed. I'm suggesting that his computer be identified in such fashion as to prevent him from establishing a new account. I'm certain there is a way to do that.
DaisyI said:There is no Green Bear Island no matter how loud you say it.
And posting a Google document in your profile to show it's climate still doesn't make it exist.