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Re: CULT:true rebloom?

     This is considered Fall bloom only, however, last year was very dry, & 
possibly your rebloomer didn't have enough moisture to get established untill 
now. So give it extra water & fertilizer & watch out next year it could be a 
true rebloomer.
     By the way, what is the name of your Fall blooming iris, if you know it? 
And in what zone do you live?
     Annette Milch     Zone 5/6     Lexington, KY,USA
Where it has warmed up again, & just maybe another new set of rebloomers will 
have a chance to do their stuff. I think  I felt a bulge down in the hugh fan 
of Buckwheat.

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