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Re: Reds/PhotoTB: Infrared

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Reds/PhotoTB: Infrared
  • From: John Nettles <jjnettles@comporium.net>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 20:14:55 -0500

John, I've forgotten where you live!  If you're going to have bloom in 3 months, I'm jealous!
I live in Rock Hill, S.C. Zone 7B and our Bearded Iris usually bloom with several weeks, one side or the other, of Easter- depending on when Easter comes. One year I put a bunch of Iris on the Eastwe Sunday Flower Cross at the Church.
This year I planted a bunch of new Minature Dwarf Beards and Regular Dwarf Beards so I look forward to having some blooms earlier than that. I had some Reticulata last year  that bloomed up through a late snow .
Come on early spring....................
The Funny & Friendly Old Coot, Named John 

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