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CULT: Schizostylis pallida

From:	dkramb@tso.cin.ix.net (Dennis Kramb)

A friend of mine sent me the following email message...and I'm at a loss,
can anyone else help???

>Speaking of Iris ... and Iris relatives.... would you know anything about
>Schizostylis pallida? I was given one as a gift this summer. Potted it up,
>brought it inside and it is not doing all that well. Keeps turning brown
>and dying back. new green comes up and it is alive, but tips are brown.
>Obviously under stress and certainly not going to bloom for me. Soil is
>loose potting medium used in the nursery and it is in an east window. Tried
>keeping it a bit dry and then a bit moist.

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