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re: I. pseudacorus

  • To: iris-l@Rt66.com
  • Subject: re: I. pseudacorus
  • From: "Dustin K. Howarth" <HOWARTH@zool.umd.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Jun 1996 19:51:45 +0000
  • Comments: Authenticated sender is <HOWARTH@zool.umd.edu>
  • Priority: normal

Linda wrote:

>  Do you think I could plant it in a sheltered spot surrounded by dry
> soil a long ways away from the wet areas?  Does anybody know how the seeds
> are dispersed?  

I. pseudacorus is not nearly as problematic in a dry bed away from wet 
areas.  Seeds are most dangerous when they can float downstream to 
colonize new areas, so be sure to clip the stalks before pods form as 
an extra precaution.

Dustin Howarth
Ashland VA
Dustin Howarth
Zone 7a, Ashland (central) Va

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