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Re: CULT: transplanting rebloomers

  • Subject: Re: CULT: transplanting rebloomers
  • From: ilovrose2000@yahoo.com
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 20:42:13 -0000

I want the answer to this one too.  Do we cut back the tops or not.  

On rebloomers someone told me once not to cut the stock off in spring 
and you were more likely to get a rebloom in fall.  Is that right?  
That sounds strange to me. 

--- In iris-talk@y..., "Fred & Debbie Lugar" <ann1@c...> wrote:
> Thanks for answering!  Do I cut back the tops on the rebloomers 
like on the others?
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: BigAlligator@a... 
>   To: iris-talk@y... 
>   Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 9:55 PM
>   Subject: [iris-talk] CULT: transplanting rebloomers
>   In a message dated 6/12/01 2:01:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
>   writes:
>   << Considering that I have rebloomers, when do 
>   I do that?  It hasn't been a big deal with the other Iris, but 
>   rebloomers will bloom nearer fall, when do I do it?  Thanks! >>
>         About two weeks after spring bloom would be the best time 
>   transplanting your rebloomers.  This will give them some time to 
>   by fall.  If you move them, they will not bloom as heavily this 
fall, but 
>   next fall, watch out....
>   Mark A. Cook
>   BigAlligator@a...
>   Dunnellon, Florida          USDA Zone 8b--Frost Pocket     Heat 
Zone 10.
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