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Re: TB-Frozen Iris What Now?

I walked the frozen garden yesterday and discovered the delightful (add as much sarcasm as possible) deer had pulled up one of my rhizomes that I planted this fall. It was laying there for who knows how long. The ground is totally frozen so replanting is not an option, so I brought it into the house and stuck it in the freezer. My question is, should I leave it there until spring mimicking the natural state or should I thaw it and pot it in the house? 

This is the first time I've tried iris and I'll feel a whole lot better in the spring if they look like they've made it through the winter because, as most addicts, I didn't even consider starting out small. Why plant one when 150 will be better LOL.

Donna in eastern WA 5

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