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Re: New plants

I don't find it really necessary to cut off scapes on new plants.  If the 
plants are well developed and well rooted mature divisions or 2-3 year old 
plants from Tissue Culture, I let them bloom. Many don't set seed so no big 
deal. But if I purchase young plants. I like to remove the scapes to really 
put energy into the formation of roots. People like to cut off the scapes 
just because all they care about is foliage, but I always enjoy the blooms. 
If you want to go ahead, but if they're good size, well rooted plants, it's 
not necessary.

Hope this helps!

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