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Re: Darkest Day in Iris Gardening

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Darkest Day in Iris Gardening
  • From: Patricia Wenham h.schinkep@verizon.net
  • Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 08:19:25 -0700

My heart aches for you and I have been trying to think of  a possible 
silver lining to that horrid black cloud.  I came up with a possibility 
because I experienced this some years ago when the riding lawn mower 
took out a row of iris tops.  This was before the bloom stalks were up 
though.  I got no bloom stalks that year but I sure got a large increase 
on each plant and the next year there were really lush clumps with a lot 
of bloom.  I hope that happens for you.  One waits so patiently for the 
blooms to open and be enjoyed and the heartbreak is great when something 
happens to destroy the blooms.


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