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Re: [SPAM] Witch Of Endor

  • Subject: Re: [SPAM] Witch Of Endor
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 09:35:15 -0700

Thanks for sharing.  It's always neat to know what works in your area, as that should be what will work here.
Glad to know it didn't bloom out. 
Linda in CW AZ
-------Original Message-------
Date: 12/02/08 17:24:01
Subject: [SPAM][iris-photos] Witch Of Endor

Witch Of Endor, Miller 1977. An oldie but a goodie. Blooming this morning in my north central Texas garden, it shows some signs of freeze damage. It started reblooming in October and has had 1-2 stalks continuously since. I was afraid last year it would bloom out but it came back just as strong in the spring.

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