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June 13, 2010
4:51 PM

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Hello, I have several varieties of Crocosmia including Lucifer, Emberglow, John Davidson and Severn Sunrise. The foliage is lush and green but they do not bloom. They are in an irrigated area and have not received any fertilizer. The soil is fairly fertile with iris, daylilies, and daffodils in the same area. They receive full sun. I am in zone 7 East Texas. What can I do to get them to bloom? Thank you, idleness

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