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SPEC: Montbretia.

     I have some Montbretia [an Irid] in several places.  Those in more moist 
sites with part shade are thriving, and those in the open drier sites are 
sulking somewhat.  I am thinking about taking some of the sulking Montbretia, 
and giving it the "Daylily" treatment, that is putting in a large pot filled 
with sand and peat mixed, and sinking that pot into the ground.
     Do any of you have any thoughts on this, as to if it would work, or 
would I end up with rotting corms?

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida      [Not as portrayed in "Jeepers Creepers.]

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