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Re: CULT:Mulch

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT:Mulch
  • From: gmbeasle@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2001 10:29:44 EDT

In a message dated 8/6/01 7:30:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time, otisbird@fix.net 

>  My iris did the best ever the year a small sweet gum tree died & we had 
> the
>  stump ground up in the ground.  The iris at the bases went crazy & bloomed
>  very well.  If I could only match what was in the stump of the sweet gum...

Are you sure it wasn't just that they got more sunlight?

in southern MD who has a sweet gum tree - the gum balls have a tendency to 
cut the belts on the riding mower, but it is still a nice shade tree.

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