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Re: today


Yes, it's one of the "twice-blooming" iris. There are several different
kinds, but "Immortality" (which is white) is by FAR the best rebloomer I
have. AND...it multiplies very fast.

 
Jess

cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com> wrote:
Iris in the fall?? Is it one of those rebloomers?
Cathy
On Tuesday, August 31, 2004, at 11:43 PM, Kitty wrote:

> My newly acquired Iris 'Immortality' is about to bloom - boy that was 
> fast!
> I fertilized the lawn today, including enzymes.
> I was pruning out a few wayward branches around the yard and decided I
> couldn't wait for winter to take down that big Redbud. It was 10-25 
> feet
> tall, I'd guess. Losing it let in some nice sunlight, but the shrubs 
> behind
> it need to get a bit taller as I can now partly see the neighbor's 
> house.
> Won't be a problem for too long though. The other 3 trees back there 
> should
> close the gap in time.
>
> Kitty
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