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October 18, 2009
6:27 PM

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I'm a big fan of this flower & have a nice collection. Last year, I was even able to make some crossing and really very exited to see the results in two years.
Just to say that we should be carefull about the Red Blotch a fungal disease of the lower part of the stem. It begins as a red spot which rotten the whole stem. I had good results by dusting the stem with Captane before planting & make a spray three weeks later.
Some bulbs have longer stems than others with heavy flowers, think to support them with a piece of wood.

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