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TB: CULT: stakes corrected drooping

  • Subject: TB: CULT: stakes corrected drooping
  • From: "unionzone" <unionzone@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 04:05:42 -0000

I staked up those that were bending earthward, and they have 
straightened up.

In another misadventure, my reckless hose-flopping broke off
three - no wait - oh my god, four - thick stalks.

I ran inside, breathless, and dunked them immediately into a tall 
vase to help keep water pressure up. Will it work without roots to 

Anyone had buds open a week after being cut (or hose-whipped?)

...better than a horse-whipping, I suppose, though I feel I deserve 

Dan in Saint Paul, MN

see my first iris of the year at 

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