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Re: CULT: Planting


From: linda Mann <lmann@mailhub.icx.net>

Anner wrote:

> So the optimum time is, in theory, six to ten weeks after bloom,

As Anner says, that is generally the accepted planting time, especially
for rhizomes that are shipped or out of the ground for a while & have to
grow new roots.  But if you are digging and replanting irises
immediately, any time is fine, even in full bloom - hence the idea of
digging up budded rebloomers to bring them indoors to finish blooming
when the weather turns nasty outdoors.  The trick is to keep the plants
growing.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA.

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