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Re: Spring sprang sprung -> Iris

I planted Louisianas in the fall and have lost half, even though I potted them and grew them on after I got them to establish root systems before putting them in the ground. Perhaps they had not been able to establish themselves before winter set in? In my case it might have been that, or the rhizomes were not planted deep enough and were heaved up during the winter and frozen.
On Monday, April 4, 2005, at 09:59 PM, Kitty wrote:

Both times I planted in fall - nothing in spring. First was from Russell
Stafford, the next time from Van Engelen. Both listed it as hardy to Z5. I
don't think it could be rodents, I never lose bulbs to them.
Do you grow any Junos, Jim?
neIN, Z5
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