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Re: CULT: Bloom Report

From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> From: Judyhunt1@aol.com
> Today the first bloom opened on I. lactea, planted last year, and it has a 
> few more stalks in bud.  We are hooked!  I can't wait 'til it becomes a 
> good-sized clump -- it will be wonderful.  Now I am thinking about what 
> species to try next.  I. versicolor,  I. graminea and I. verna have survived 
> and bloomed for us, but so far we have not succeeded with I. setosa.  
	Judy, I have seeds sprouting on   I. Lactea and have some plants on 
order.  What kind of setting are your plants in?  Shade, woodsy soil 
or what?  I am just getting started on species and fear I may have 
too much sun.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8


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