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Re: Cutting Fans

David L. Schaffer wrote:
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> Now that the fans on my Iris are beginning to droop from the weather do
> you recommend cutting them back for the winter. I have always done it
> but an Iris friend has told me not to.
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> Mr. Green Wet Thumb,
> USDA Zone 6a,  S.W. In.
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I've cut all of mine back.  I understand it is a good disease and borer
preventitive but it also makes spring clean-up a hell of a lot easier.
Rima   terra@catskill.net
upstate ny  zone 4

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