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[PHOTO] Rebloomer IB G'day Sunshine

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Rebloomer IB G'day Sunshine
  • From: Jelcy Romberg jelcy@jelcy.com
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 17:46:39 -0600

This marvelous rebloomer has come out for the third time over the past 
4 months.  We love having it by the front steps of our home as it 
blooms so often that visitors comment on it many times AND we proudly 
show it off to prove that iris are not restricted to a few weeks each 

We had three different  iris just about ready to bloom any second out 
in the back yard but a nasty freeze interfered with our 70+ weather 
this past week and consequently they lost their nerve to show their 
colors as well.

Istanbul bloomed twice over the past few months as well but either 
Conrad would cut it before I could get a shot of it, or I just totally 
forgot to take a photo on a day when it was magnificent.

I love taking iris to school at this time of year to show off to other 
flower lovers the wonderful diversity of iris.

I was over at Lew Begley's house the other day and, for those of you 
who know the flower, our beloved State Flower, the bluebonnet was 
blooming.  Quite out of season.  Mid April is peak time for people to 
drive on Bluebonnet Trails around the state.

Anyway, hope this little ray of sunshine brightens a few faces on the 
dreary days of cold in the northern hemisphere.


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