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Re: REblooming SA

Hi Mike,

This one is lovely too.  Does it consistantly have 3 buds open at 
once? How does it hold up to the sun during this time of year?  
Attractive even without the spur. 

--- In iris-photos@egroups.com, "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> wrote:
> Lousy picture but this one is reblooming right now.  Future intro 
even though this stalk didn't have the spur.  (the only one that 
didn't)  3 branches spur and terminal, 10 buds RE in July and August 
so far this year, short fuzzy horns in spring, none on rebloom.
> Mike

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