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Re: Honey Glazed

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Honey Glazed
  • From: Barbara Jackson <jacksonb@brandonu.ca>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 13:39:49 -0500

Hi Sandra,

I have been enjoying your photos, too.  Honey Glazed is one of the most
reliable iris in my garden these days.  It has been in bloom already for a
week.  Many others (including Black Watch, Star Woman, Star Fleet, Howdy
Do, Cranberry Ice and some unknowns) joined it today.   Immortality,
Stairway to Heaven, Green Prophecy, Xanthrippes Halo and a host of others
are budding up nicely, too.  I just love iris season!  Do you have open
gardens?  Where are you located?  I'd love to see your garden in full
glorious iris bloom.

And, a bonus, Chuck Chapman's catalogue has arrived to drool over!  :)

BJ in SW MB   


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