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Burning - Rita, I tried this about 5 years ago and lost half of my TB's, a few of which were uncommon historics. I'd love more specific info on how you did it successfully. Are your rhizomes buried beneath the soil surface? Do you have very light, limited, weeds to start with? Did you have small clumps of iris or large clumps?

Snowpeak Iris link: http://www.snowpeakiris.com/ I have already ordered iris from Denise this year and she has been wonderful to work with. She is great about responding to emails and I encourage you to meet her at the AIS meeting and visit her website if you can't.


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