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Re: CULT: Divide TBs now?

George,  I divide when it is convenient for ME -- like babies, irises are 
tough and will, with care of course, survive however you do it!  I've even 
transplanted while blooming, but that is difficult to  keep the stalk up and I'd not 
recommend it except in  unusual, unavoidable circumstances!.
 I remember Ben Hager saying that either do it right away so they can get 
established for  multipling (increasing) !  or wait  6 weeks until they have 
multiplied!   The choice is up for grabs!  This is assuming they are planted  soon 
after digging.   Rosalie nr Baltimore,MD,USA   zone 7 where we have had a 
month of too much rain all at once, and nice cool temperature which have helped 
hold the iris bloom longer than usual -- ryfigge@aol.com,

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