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Re: CULT: strange storage
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  • Subject: Re: CULT: strange storage
  • From: "Christy Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2011 17:32:04 -0800

 

Hi Betty,
 
I've had it suggested that it might be a way to keep some of the more tender Arils. The only time I've heard of storing TB irises this way was done by accident (for 2 years). After discovering the bag, they were planted out and most came through just fine.
 
Christy
----- Original Message -----
 
This is a blog from SpringHill.  Read all the way down.  In the 56 years I've raised irises, I've never heard of lifting and storing iris rhizomes in paper bags.  Anyone else?



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