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Re: Rosalie Figge?
  • Subject: Re: Rosalie Figge?
  • From: <cholte@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2010 18:11:11 +0000


Hi Jean,
Two years ago my RF sent up twenty seven stalks from a medium size clump, after the first of October. She has not bloomed since, spring or fall. She has three stalks now. We are having a wonderful Indian Summer and it seems that is what she likes to bloom in the fall.

Southeast Wisconsin

---- Jean Sturtevant <jms1027@insightbb.com> wrote:
> When I went out to peruse all my irises this morning, I found this. I had
> it labelled as Rosalie Figge ?, so I think that must be it. Not sure if it
> will bloom as the bud does not look very "meaty", but.......lol. I've had
> alot of fun getting my iris garden in this year. Only have about 60 as I
> moved into a condo and have limited space, but I do love my irises.
> Jean in KY

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