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Re: Help
iris-photos@yahoogroups.com

Hi Marsha

When irises are heading up quickly, the stem in some cultivars is very soft and bends easily in the wind.  Sometimes while still shooting upwards they get a very windy day(and turn sideways) then the wind stops (and they go upright again) and you end up with a couple of right angles in the stem.

Colleen

MWill68323@aol.com wrote:
 
Please forgive me up front if I am not doing this right as I am more of a lurker than participant.
 
These iris were standing straight this morning and as the day went by "goosenecked".  I am south of Nashville and did get hit by the rains and flooding.  I expected stalks on the ground, wind damage, etc but I can't remember ever having a stalk go soft during the day.  Is this due to the rains?  Humidity?  Should I do something?
 
Thanks in advance,
 
Marsha Williams
 
 

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