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Re: Walking Iris

Got a picture of this Jim? Can't decide if it would
look cute swaying in the wind or not? Of course, it is
not hardy here, so never seen one...


--- james singer <jsinger@igc.org> wrote:

> What happens, Theresa, is it sends up a bloom stalk,
> blooms, and then 
> when the flower dies, it forms a baby plant on the
> end of the bloom 
> stalk. As the baby grows, it gets heavier and
> eventually bends the 
> bloom stalk to the ground where the baby roots in.
> So in the garden, it 
> doesn't spread unless you let it--and then it's
> fairly slow to do so. 
> You probably have six months of baby in various
> stages of airborne to 
> decide if you want it to "walk" or not.

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