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Re: CULT:TB: Returning Chameleon addendum

Cristian, It does sound like a problem of heaving. It's been my experience 
that Returning Chameleon is a tight clumper.  It blooms well both spring and 
fall and should leave plenty of increase.  Very vigorous in this area and 
further east in KY.

Once they've been in your soil for a couple of years, the original rhizome 
size become relatively unimportant. The rhizomes adapt to your conditions.  
This is not to dismiss the fact that some irises just produce smaller (or 
larger) rhizomes than others.  Rhizomes come in all sizes and shapes. 

Betty W in south central KY Zone 6

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