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Approaching "bloomout"

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Approaching "bloomout"
  • From: Lawrence & Helen Lacey lacey@avalon.net
  • Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 06:49:44 -0500

  Apologies if this has been discussed recently.  At stalk cutting  
time I discovered two 2005 TB plantings with no visible increase.   
Conventional wisdom is they are toast.  Nevetheless, I am wondering  
if anyone has
any tricks to stimulate side bud formation before the blooming  
rhizome dies?  What about leaving the stalk with associated leaves  
intact vs breaking the stalk off?  Water?

Lawrence Lacey
Sioux City, IA Zone 4B

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