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CULT: Bloom report

From: "Juri Pirogov" <jukp@aha.ru>

Hello folks,

Snow cover gone out  April 15 at last and I could check my irises: they are
in perfect conditions. There aren't any winter losses. Only several clumps
are damaged by October 8 freeze when the temp down 18F. They are Manor
Born, Yes, Affaire, Revival Meeting, Chutney and Mallow Dramatic. Glaciata
Classmate is very good dormant looking.
Early crocuses, hepatica, Helleborus caucasicus and Yuno vicaria are in

Moscow, Russia

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