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[PHOTO] Faux Pas

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Faux Pas
  • From: laurief <laurief@paulbunyan.net>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Jul 01 07:27:30 -0000
  • Content-Length: 120906

FAUX PAS (Keith Keppel, 1990) BB rebloomer

Rebloom reported in CA, zones 8-10

I was extremely unimpressed with FP when it bloomed in my garden last 
fall after July planting.  The flowers were small and horribly 
disproportionate (tiny little standards over normal falls) - UGLY!  This 
spring, however, this lovely iris earned full redemption in my eyes - 
vigorous growth with LOTS of perfectly formed and proportionate flowers 
that just kept blooming and blooming and blooming! I'm sure glad THAT 
first impression turned out to be so completely and totally WRONG!

zone 3b northern MN - clay soil


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