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Re: New Bed


In a message dated 97-02-25 08:39:50 EST, you write:

>After reading some of the infinite wisdom of members of the iris-l, I await
>with fear the results of the new iris bed I planted last fall.  I mearly
>pulled up the old irises, pulled them all apart and threw them in the new
bed
>with no preparation. Then I ran out and bought some more "with pretty
colors"
>and threw them in the bed also. My expectation is that they will all bloom
>and be thoroughly happy in their new environment. I planted them all right
at
>the soil surface because somewhere I read that was how you planted irises.
>Just thought I would share a little bit of my iris know how and experience.
>Will post the outcome of this vast experience in May. I think that is when
>they bloom.
>Margaret Booth
>Nebraska Zone 5

Margaret - this is how some of us think you are always supposed to be able to
grow irises.  Let us know how they do.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee





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