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Re: CULT:true rebloom?

In a message dated 10/18/2000 11:01:07 PM Central Daylight Time, 
harold@directcon.net writes:

<<  fails to bloom in the Spring of /00, then blooms in 10/00, is this 
considered rebloom, anyhow? >>

Sally, what is the name of this iris?  Curious people, like me, want to know. 

In order to bloom in the fall, an iris has to carry rebloom genes.  It may 
never bloom in the fall again, for you.  In that case, it would be classified 
as a sporatic rebloomer.  These often thrill people with fall bloom but can't 
be depended on to rebloom every year. I'll never forget the fall that MY 
VALENTINE bloomed in the public display garden about 6 weeks after it was 
planted.  I had donated the plant, but I drove past the garden as often as 
possible to view the bloom.  To my knowledge, it never bloomed in the fall 

Betty / Bowling Green KY USA  Zone 6
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