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Re: Rotten Experiences

Rick Tasco wrote,

> Rotate your iris at least every three years. If not possible,
>solarize your existing beds.  If you can't do either of these then you
>should not be complaining about rot.
I am assuming this is simply a poor choice of words.

If you are living in this area in the country, and your iris/space ratio is
bad,  neither of these are really viable options.

Kay Cangemi
New York, USDA zone 5

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