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advice please

Hi,  I was in home depot last week and I couldn't resist.  I  bought 3 
packages of dried Iris rhizomes.  One is labeled color Tart, one is 
superstition, and one is cherub's smile.    They are labeled a late season 
What is the best way to treat these BEFORE i plant them.  Anything special I 
should do???
I checked all my iris plants yesterday and of the 9 I bought of live plants 
while we were on vacation, I only have 2 that survived the trip, planting 
and wintering.
Of the 19 plants that I was given from a very sharing individual, ALL ARE 
STILL ALIVE!!!   Yesterday I let the dogs out into the backyard and I 
noticed in a big pot that I have 3 dutch iris bulbs that are blooming. 
There are about 3 or 4 more that have sent up green stalks.  These are on 
the north side of the house.  What a nice surprise on a gloomy day.
Bichonly,   Arlene & Krystal K Bichon Frise in El Paso, TX
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