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Re: TB: Infernal Fire

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB: Infernal Fire
  • From: "Mike Sutton" suttons@lightspeed.net
  • Date: Mon, 9 May 2005 07:58:57 -0700

Great picture Sterling!  that one reblooms for us, does it rebloom for you?

----- Original Message ----- 

> Hi there,
> This is Infernal Fire. When I saw it growing at
> Aitken's I had to have it. This thing grows like a
> weed. It has amazing branching and bud count. The
> stalks blooming in my garden don't seem to live up to
> the branching I saw at Aitken's but one of my stalks
> has 11 buds. The spathes seem to be double and triple
> socketed.
> Sterling
> Seattle, WA. zone 8

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