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Re: Canadian Hemlock

> Can any one on this list help my brother in Fairfax Station, VA with his
> Canadian Hemlock problem -- Ginny? Chris? Lee?
> Any help you can give will be passed along to him.
> Carolyn Schaffner -- going to visit that tree next week.

	I would suggest he call his Cooperative Extension Office and ask to speak to a  
Master Gardener or Horticulture Specialist...they have all the materials and reference 
books right at hand and could even make a home visit to personally help him...I know our 
local office does...I would have a few theories about the said tree, but I really 
wouldn't want to give blind suggestions, I wouldn't feel comfortable in doing that.

	On the subject of iris...my bearded iris are all done blooming...a few Sibs 
still have a few flowers opening but are for the most part also finished...Japs are 
showing some nice swollen buds, maybe will bloom early next week.  (Wanted to be sure to 
add something pertinent to iris!!!)

Julie Irwin <bajai@mtco.com>
Master Gardener
USDA zone 5  Pekin,  IL

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