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Re: CULT:Planting

From: RYFigge@aol.com


  I TRY to plant within a day or two -- within 2 weeks - or?  Irises are 
tough, but the sooner they are in the ground, the sooner they will take root 
and not be disturbed by freeze-thaw,.  If the delay is too long, I'll soak 
them in    (only the rhizome)  for an hour or 2 before planting,.   Rosalie 
nr Baltimore  ryfigge@aol.com     zone 7

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