Well, I am no expert...and there are a number of them with this group. But, this is what I started this last week. Because the mush seems to be causing some risky business, I have started cleaning back all the damage. I will leave as much leaf as I can, but I am removing the bad stuff. It may affect increase or bloom, but my goal is to salvage the rhizomes from soft rot from the mush. Hope it works!
Linda in Lascassas
On 4/15/07, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
What do we do to undo the damage from the recent freezing weather. Do
we let nature take it's course or do we go out & cut off what is frozen
or cut them back entirely or-or-or What?
I hope I don't have to start again from scratch. Will the Rhizomes be
damaged or will cutting them back this early in the season do the damage that
the freeze did not do.
I feel like Winnie the Pooh! Oh Dear! Oh Dear! Oh Dear!
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