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From: "Carryl M. Meyer" <carrylm@bigsky.net>

Iris have  started to bloom in western Montana--Nuggets--an'oldie but
goodie'--at about 4" put out three blooms yesterday---there are three
clumps, ranging from full sun to almost full shade, and they all three had
a first bloom at the same time--short but very noticable because of the
Orchid Flair has buds showing color and if the rain and snow does not
happen as predicted, it should pop forth today--
Finally a bloom!!!
Seriously, we should have many more frosts, so am hoping the TB's do not
put forth --at least until I return from Annual Meeting
Carryl in western Montana  zone 3/4

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