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Re: Spurias: clump

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Spurias: clump
  • From: "Mike Greenfield" redear@infinet.com
  • Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 21:34:32 -0500

>Linda Man:
>Anybody in the southeastern US in wetter areas than >Donald .Eaves trying
>to grow Spurias?  Walter, Bill, Janet?  Anybody in Region 7?
Linda I am in southern edge of  zone 5. It is plenty hot and humid here. We had record rainfall this year and spurias did fine except for lack of bloom. They pretty much died back this summer but are looking fine now.
Two years ago I lost some to rot. Some clumps are 4 years old. I plan to fertilize heavy to see if they bloom better.
Mike Greenfield
SW Ohio Zone 5b

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