Re: Dead Bloom Stalk
Dennis Bishop wrote:
> I have found that one of the Iris that had been sent to me and
> I had found was going to bloom, that the bloom stalk had never
> gotten more than 1/2 the way up inside the fan and had died!
Can you describe the death process? Wilted, Dried out, rotted, bent over, shriveled?
Could be different things.
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