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[PHOTO] SPU: Amanda's Eyes

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] SPU: Amanda's Eyes
  • From: "Robert Dickow" dickow@uidaho.edu
  • Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 14:08:12 -0700

Spuria Amanda's Eyes. This is a first bloom on new planting last fall.

I seem to be getting a remarkable bloom rate on all spurias planted last
fall that were treated as 'dry root' plants. The normal treatment for
spurias is to keep the plants moist during and after planting. These were
shipped from Wildwood Gardens in a dry form, and were allowed to go dry and
'dormant' in the fields before shipping. They arrived completely dry in
rafia. The plants all survived and grew well, but are very short.
Nevertheless, I am getting blooms on nearly every new growth.

Bob Dickow, Moscow, Idaho USDA zone 5

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