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Re: CULT: Spring Fertilizing

From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

Rita, the arilbreds here are in a dry, clear place.  It is humid here; ZIV
and BARAKET are lifted and stored in the barn for the summer.  The barn is
open and this seems to work.  Luella Danielson told me to do this.  Just
picked four bloomstalks from TROPICAL SUNSET that unwisely decided to make
their debut today!  Also noticed 4 more TBs with bloomstalks emerging
(no,no,no!) among them GREAT GATSBY.  Somebody better tell these iris that
this is Missouri, not California!

Cindy Rust, Zone 5b (honest!), Missouri

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