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Re: Re: SPU -help!

From: "Donald Eaves" <donald@eastland.net>


Thank you so much!  They are already in moist towels and in
plastic bags.  Do I need to open the bags or just shove them
in the frig until the weekend?

 Re: [iris-talk] Re: SPU -help!

>From: Suncitymom@aol.com
>Wrap in moist paper towel, put into a plastic bag and put into the lower
>portion of the refig. Be sure they are keep moist until planting.
>My husband helps Floyd Wickencamp quite often with his bagging. He has also
>donated several of his Spuria to our rhizome sale.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7

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