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Re: TB: Rebloomers

From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Great goings.
     My Immortality usually blooms too. But this year is so dry and it is
planted in a bed that has not been watered much, also, I think that bed needs
some LIME , because none of the iris in that bed are growing large rhysomes,
even though they have been fertilized and given alfalfa pellets, so I'm about
to try LIME. Hope it works. I also plan to water it in.
      Annette Milch   Lexington, Kentucky   80 F day, 68 F nights      Zone 5

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