Neomarica /repotting

Susan Hayek
Fri, 17 Nov 2006 20:38:49 PST
At 1:09 PM -0600 11/17/06, James Waddick wrote:
>	The typical Walking Iris  (as I mentioned not sure what is
>the correct species name*) is very common as a house plant.

**I bought a Neomarica "Walking Iris" probably 15 years ago. I think 
it was N. gracilis, the tag is long gone.
It has sputtered along, not dying, but not blooming for sure. I can 
move it into the little greenhouse that my husband built this summer. 
Humidity we have, but not the warmth. It has been surviving outside, 
just surviving, since it came home all those years ago.
When would be the best time for taking it out of the pot it's in 
(it's mixed with some other things), repotting, and moving it?


susan hayek, North Coast of CA, USA, zone 9b, Sunset zone 17.
15 miles south of Eureka, CA, overlooking the Eel River, with a peek 
of the ocean.

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