Re: CULT: cold scorch
Thank you Linda for sharing that picture with us. I
have seen quite a bit of cold scorch in one bed of my
irises and wondered if the recent cold snap had
anything to do with it. Guess I know now. I have never
experienced it before, but the temps were really
strange here this past month.
littlebit W Tennessee
--- Linda Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Probably most of you have seen this kind of damage
> before, but thought
> it might be of interest to newbies or folks in more
> coastal and less
> erratic climates..
> The foliage of the seedling in the foreground was
> undamaged by the
> recent cold weather, the one in the background was
> damaged a little, the
> one in the middle was severely 'scorched' and will
> soon rot.
> Temperatures were in the upper 70s, low 80s for a
> week or so, then
> dropped below 25oF a few nights in the last week.
> Not much injury to foliage of most here, but expect
> some stalks and
> probably all the early TB pollen will suffer.
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
> East Tennessee Iris Society
> American Iris Society web site
> talk archives:
> photos archives:
> online R&I <http://www.irisregister.com>
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