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Re: TB: bud and bloom report

From: Iarejan@aol.com

In a message dated 4/9/99 9:51:02 PM Eastern Daylight Time, StorYlade@aol.com 

<< I am glad to report my first bloom of the season.  It is Tiger.  I didn't 
 even know I'd brought it--just dug an area that hadn't bloomed much lately.  
 Also have stalk, but no bloom yet, on Cimmeron Rose.   >>

Great surprise, Betty!   Here in Myrtle Beach, the generic 
purple-that-everyone-grows has beat all the hybrids to bloom...followed by a 
opening tomorrow or Monday Lady Friend stalk...and just noticed Double Scoop 
with a stalk and bud showing color as well as a stalk bolting from Sugar 
Magnolia ...as soon as blooms open I'll take some digital camera pictures and 
post them on iris-photos list.  

Janet Natale in Myrtle Beach, SC where everything is GROWING AND STALKING

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