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Re: I. minutoaurea

In a message dated 96-11-18 14:55:09 EST, you write:

<< Can anyone provide experience of I. minutoaurea?   >>
The first time I got this iris from WeDu Nursery in NC....and when it got to
be a huge clump I divided it into single rhizomes....and each one proceeded
to die....obviously, this is an iris that must be divided in the early spring
and in clumps, not little pieces.  The plant I have now was shipped to me by
a friend in Japan.  It is a nice big clump now....but, it has not yet
bloomed.  This iris has a reputation of being a sparce bloomer.  Clarence
Mahan in VA

P.S. This iris makes a lovely bonsai subject, because it is so small and

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