lovemyhouse said:We are all enablers, Gabriel, it is just the degree that varies.
Also, the day of the week. And the week of the month. And the month of the year. We come into our enabling modes at different times for different reasons. The good news is that there is almost always someone in enabling mode..................
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Lestv said:Pacific Coast Iris are very picky about where they will grow. It is very hot here for them.
Since I've moved to Northern California it gets really hot here in the summer. One year it got to 119. We were the hottest place in the nation a few times in 2015. I wonder if it's the heat and humidity combination?
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I am pretty sure it is the humidity that makes them wilt. That is also why Arils don't do well. We can grow 1/4 and 1/2 Arils but the full Aril likes it dry. I think the Pacific Coast like the cooler breezes off the coast too over heat.
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