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CULT: Bloom Out

From: "Michael D. Greenfield" <redear@infinet.com>

I have been searching the archives for this without any luck. I have heard
it mentioned in past posts so I know something is there. Is it two or one
word? Could someone explain it for me.

I have planted iris and not had bloom for two years then(10 or more
rhizomes , not just one). Lots the  next year. Is it temporary or permanent

What I have read so far has me confused. Probably not hard to do. <G>

Another question. I have seen remarks about several bloom stalks from one
plant. Is that from one fan? Or from one rhizome with several fans? I have
never seen two from one fan.

Mike Greenfield
Zone 5b

Southwest Ohio where there is white mulch and looking for a lot more to
come. Temp  15 this morning

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