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Re: Iris Experiment!


Christopher Hollinshead wrote:
> 
> In the near future I will start to receive some new Tall Bearded iris
> rhizomes. As a result of recent over winter survival problems with the
> TB's I am planning an experiment of sorts. Last year I lost all
> of my new TB acquisition plants. Instead of planting them directly in
> the garden as I have done in previous years, I will be planting them in
> pots as suggested earlier in the year by some of our loyal fellow Iris
> Listers!
> 
> Anyway, here is the plan:
...

All your plans seemed like a lot of work. I don't know how many you lost,
and where they were from, but maybe just requesting early delivery might
work.

Good luck, though!

Gerry





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