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  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: SWEETHEARTS AGAIN
  • From: "Donald Eaves" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 20:45:28 -0600

Paul has asked me to provide the following info.  It will sure appeal to the
reblooming folks.  The following are Paul's words:

 "Sweethearts Again" (Caution Sign x Chanted) E-M-L 14" and Rebloomer.
It is one of the first of the SDB's to bloom and starts out a little short.
As the season progresses it reaches it's full height of 14" and has 3 buds
per stalk. (But is abundant in bloomstalks)  Light pink standards, darker,
cocoa pink falls with tangerine beard that is bright blue mid-way to the
tip.  It is one of the last of the SDB's blooming in the spring season. (For
me anyway)
 In the early weeks of October it starts up again and goes until the frosts
stops it.  In DC there were blooms up until the third week of December!
There is no release date as of yet....



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