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Re: CULT Snapping off stalks

> And I suppose a knife or scissors would be useful, if one didn't spend a good
> part of every gardening day trying to find out where you laid them.... EVEN
> though you wrap the handles with streamers of folurescent surveyor's tape.

A few years ago, after surgery, I had trouble bending over to work on
iris. Wayne took an old broom handle and cut it about two and a half ft.
long, then he taped a sharp paring knife securely to the end. It is just
wonderful to use on cutting off the stalks of spent iris.
Leslie, in Omaha

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