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RE: CULT Snapping off stalks


My 3-year old, after snapping off all my "Maureen" tulips has now
snapped off two bloom stalks of SONG OF NORWAY.  At least I have one
left.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4) -- TBs are just bursting

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Donald Eaves [SMTP:donald@eastland.net]
> Sent:	Tuesday, May 19, 1998 8:17 PM
> To:	Multiple recipients of list
> Subject:	Re: CULT Snapping off stalks
> 
> Re:
> > 
> > >I've never been able to snap off a stalk either.  Always have to
> cut 
> > >them with a sharp knife.
> > 
> After the posting about this I tried on the remaining stalks still
> left -
> one snapped easily, one came with a bit of twist and four ended up
> being cut since I felt I was in danger of uprooting the whole clump.
> I suspect weather conditions also condition the stalk and affect how
> it may snap.
> 
> 





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