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Re: Question

I'm in Alberta-Figure that Montana is pretty close to hear in temp. If they were in the ground in California, I would put them in pots and put them under grow lights -best to have them on a timer minicking our sunrise and sunset and put them out in a month or so when we are past the threat of a hard freeze. If they were in storage, then putteing them in a cool place for a month is probably ok unless they are starting to look too dry. That's what I would do here, anyway....
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A friend just got some Iris from California, we are in Montana. How
should she handle them, plant now or hold in a cool place for awhile?

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