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Re: ot-bio carol

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] ot-bio carol
  • From: carol frazer <cjf5064024@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 1 May 2002 00:13:15 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you for the information. You guys are wonderful
and really are being helpful. I really appreciate it.
--- FRANCELLE EDWARDS <fjmjedwards@worldnet.att.net>
wrote:
> Thanks for telling us where you live, Carol.  Please
> inclued that information when you sign each message
> for those of us who have short memories.
> Bearded irises are usually planted in mid-summer in
> the North.  They should have six weeks to get their
> roots established before the ground gets too cold. 
> Irises planted in the spring can't be expected to
> bloom the same year.  They sometimes do, but not
> usually.
> Francelle Edwards,   Glendale,  AZ   Zone 9
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: carol frazer 
>   To: iris-talk@yahoogroups.com 
>   Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 12:48 AM
>   Subject: Re: [iris-talk] ot-bio carol
> 
> 
>   John, I live in Mo outside of KC. My yard used to
> be a
>   pasture. Don't know if that means anything or not.
>   Anyway, I just planted some more iris a few weeks
> ago.
>   A couple of them have started producing some
> little
>   leaves(2 out of 6) The rest are just sitting there
> and
>   don't look to healthy. I plant the roots pretty
>   deep(depending on the length of them)with the top
> of
>   the rhizome on top of the soil or sometimes just
>   barely covered with soil. When I plant, I usually
> put
>   in A LITTLE plant food like miracle grow to help
> get
>   it started. I keep looking forward to having them
> all
>   in bloom, but so far plenty of leaves and that's
> it.
>   Do the plants have to be a certain age before it
> will
>   bloom? My iris patch gets plenty of sun. I might
> add
>   that it does look like a few more of them are
> getting
>   ready to develop buds, but just haven't yet.
>   Thanks for any help you can give me-the books just
>   aren't much help.
>   Carol  
> 
>   > 
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>   > 
>   > 
> 
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