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SV: Spring planting bearded-why not?


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last year i discovered they have started to sell dried iris in plastic bags
during the spring.
normally they use to sell lilys and dahlias with that method and thats ok.
but iris........

Gunnar

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> Fren: John Bruce <jbruce@infinet.com>
> Till: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Dmne: Re: Spring planting bearded-why not?
> Datum:  den 19 februari 1998 19:32
> 
> Subject: Re: Spring planting bearded-why not?
> 
> 
> >Why not plant TB in the Spring?
> >A friend gave me a dried rhizome from last year.
> >Should I wait till "X" summer month to plant it?
> > Virginia Lassiter    zone 7/8 near Atlanta GA
> 
> 
> Virginia, I can't vouch for how well it will do, but I gave a neighbor
some
> rhizomes when they were dug
> one July. She put them in one of those plastic grocery bags and hung them
in
> her garage. She forgot them, and found them the following spring. About
half
> of them still had green on the increases.  She planted them that spring
and
> they are doing well.
> While I would not recommend this treatment,  some seem to be very tough.
> 
> John Bruce
> jbruce@infinet.com
> 
> 
> 
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color=3D"#000000" face=3D"Arial">last year i discovered they have =
started to sell dried iris in plastic bags during the =
spring.<br>normally they use to sell lilys and dahlias with that method =
and thats ok. but iris........<br><br>Gunnar<br><br>----------<br>&gt; =
Fr=E5n: John Bruce &lt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>jbruce@infinet.com</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; Till: Multiple recipients of list =
&lt;<font color=3D"#0000FF"><u>iris-l@rt66.com</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; =C4mne: Re: Spring planting bearded-why =
not?<br>&gt; Datum: &nbsp;den 19 februari 1998 19:32<br>&gt; <br>&gt; =
Subject: Re: Spring planting bearded-why not?<br>&gt; <br>&gt; <br>&gt; =
&gt;Why not plant TB in the Spring?<br>&gt; &gt;A friend gave me a dried =
rhizome from last year.<br>&gt; &gt;Should I wait till &quot;X&quot; =
summer month to plant it?<br>&gt; &gt; Virginia Lassiter =
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;zone 7/8 near Atlanta GA<br>&gt; <br>&gt; <br>&gt; =
Virginia, I can't vouch for how well it will do, but I gave a neighbor =
some<br>&gt; rhizomes when they were dug<br>&gt; one July. She put them =
in one of those plastic grocery bags and hung them in<br>&gt; her =
garage. She forgot them, and found them the following spring. About =
half<br>&gt; of them still had green on the increases. &nbsp;She planted =
them that spring and<br>&gt; they are doing well.<br>&gt; While I would =
not recommend this treatment, &nbsp;some seem to be very tough.<br>&gt; =
<br>&gt; John Bruce<br>&gt; <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>jbruce@infinet.com</u><font =
color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; <br>&gt; <br>&gt; </p>
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