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Re: REB:1511-1RE:Today

Most of my reblooming stalks tend to look like that.  Maybe it's the heat.  All of my rebloomers got dug three weeks ago.  Their rhizomes are sitting in my family room ready to go back into their beds when I get back on Wednesday.  Poorman and Amethyst Winter had stalks on them when I had to dig.
Francelle Edwards up on a mountain where my bright blue seedling rebloomed such a short, clumped stalk it wasn't even pretty.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 10:31 AM
Subject: [iris-photos]REB:1511-1RE:Today

This is not typical of this variety!  However, this is ONE stalk.  Don't know what to blame this on!  Maybe the heat, the fact that the rhizome was on top of a pile of chat?  Anyway, I find it interesting.  <vbg>


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