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Re: Re: CULT: mulch (bearded )

In a message dated 12/26/2002 2:01:15 PM Central Standard Time, 
ellengalla@yahoo.com writes:

> These sounds the only way to mulch bearded irises up here altho'
> I prefer not to much bearded at all. Simply because they do well
> without it. I think that someone in Ontario mentioned Christy's
> way before - or it might have been Christy. 

The objective here is not cold, frost, or snow protection. For me the use of 
mulch is persued first as a weed/grass control and secondly as a soil 

Bill Burleson 7a/b
Old South Iris Society

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