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Re: IRIS
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Chuck is correct, they don't necessarily need a freeze just a good long chill. Of the 80+ irises I brought to Central Florida I had 70% bloom the following spring. The next year it was down to 2 irises. We'll see what happens this coming spring.

On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, karl becker <kbecker95@wi.rr.com> wrote:
 

DO IRIS HAVE TO GO THRUE A FREEZE IN ORDER TO BLOOM A FRIEND IN FLORIDA ASK ME THAT QUESTION OR HOW KAN SHE GET THE IRIS TO BLOOM




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Tom Gormley
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      • From: "karl becker" <kbecker95@wi.rr.com>

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