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Re: REB: Repeaters in my garden

In a message dated 4/21/2004 2:08:11 PM Central Standard Time, 
irisdude@msn.com writes:

> I know some people feel this is not really rebloom, 

Patrick, if you have a copy of the judge's handbook check page 142 number 3.  
These qualify as repeat bloomers, one of the four types of rebloomers.  

#3 reads as follows: Repeaters produce additional bloomstalks with 
unpredictable regularity immediately following the initial Spring bloom season.  It is 
not uncommon for these varieties to extend the spring bloom season from four to 
eight weeks.  

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:

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