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Sep 16, 2015 7:41 AM CST
Name: Patrick
Toms River, New Jersey Zone 7
The 'pine straw' was recommended to me because I also have Louisiana iris, which I was told do infact need Winter protection in my Zone. I was really just curious to know if my TB Iris also needed protection, but since all of my TB Iris are "Historics" I am assuming that they are all relatively hardy enough in my Zone to withstand the Winters here without any protection.

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