reticulata irises

Peter Taggart petersirises@gmail.com
Sat, 19 Mar 2016 14:55:42 PDT
They are also very sensitive to drought while in growth, and need magnesium
and food. The danger time is damp when they start to turn dormant. That is
when warm humidity causes pathogenic infections.
Deep planting can help to protect the bulb. It is important to remember
that they are mountain plants. Leaf mould is very good for them in my
conditions, topped with gravel for insulation.
Peter (UK)

On 19 March 2016 at 21:41, Diane Whitehead <voltaire@islandnet.com> wrote:

> That doesn't work for me. I have sandy soil, and am blessed with only a
> few rainshowers between May and October, and reticulatas won't grow.
> (Neither will those pretty little corydalis).  I don't buy from big box
> stores.  I bought them directly from Alan McMurtrie.
>
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