Neomarica Notes
Thu, 04 Nov 2010 22:27:26 PDT
OK, yes, I am perfectly familiar with the pups forming at the end of the flowering "stems." So, what were you talking about, if not those? 

>Dear Jude 
>   If you are talking about the mother plant making babies that >pop up out from the bottom holes of a pot? 
   NO not at all. 
   The commonest Walking iris produce young plants on the end of elongated flower talks. These are specialized, flattened stalks that remain green and active for a long time after flowering. 
>That said, any interest in parting with some of the youngsters? 
   Some are heading for Dell by the end of the week. Look out Dell.       Best    Jim 
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