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CULT: Early Season

We have had a few near record 80's the last few days. The SDB's are really
starting bloom. Some IB's have stalks up but no bloom.
Trans Orange  and Autumn Circus have stalk's showing. Some other TB's have
stalks forming in the fans. This is way too early here. I am in the southern
edge of zone 5.
Our shows are normally the middle of May.

Seeds are sprouting now to.
Well at least I didn't have to wait two more weeks to see Iris Bloom.

Mike Greenfield
SW Ohio Zone 5b

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