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Re: Re: TB: Too much growth

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: TB: Too much growth
  • From: Sandra Barss <barsssa@mb.sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2001 19:04:07 -0700

Hi Laurie

Yes to the first group (if their are some real standouts in terms of
increasing) and
no to the second group.


SE Manitoba

laurief@paulbunyan.net wrote:

> There are others that increased well but didn't bloom in their first
> year and a few that increased well, bloomed, and now look pretty
> sickly.  Do you want to know about them, too?
> Laurie
> zone 3b, northern MN
> slightly acidic clay soil
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