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Re: CULT: Bloom Out

From: DWiris@aol.com

Dear Mike,

If you are talking about tall bearded irises, there is normally one bloomstalk
per rhizome.  However, many dwarf irises send up multiple blooms per rhizome.
When we dig these rhizomes, we can see that the stubs of these are all on one
rhizome.  This is especially true for I. pumila, which doesn't have a true
stem, just a perianth tube with usually two buds.

Dorothy Willott, Dwarf iris specialist in northern Ohio

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