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Re: REB: Early in Missouri


Winterberry's catalogue lists CANTINA  as a zone 5 REB with repeat in
both July and September.  This is one the reasons why I bought it,  I
hope it does well for me .

Zone 5
With two stalks of ISTANBUL  in full bloom.  This iris has great perfume
that you can smell from 2 meters away.

RYFigge@aol.com wrote:
> Thanks, Judy, (and for including your zone!) that is the first report ever
> for CANTINA in that area!  Keep up the good work!  I added that to the
> CHECKLIST that I'm trying tokeep up-to-date.   Rosalie nr Baltimore USA  zone
> 7 where it trying to decide whether to rain again or just be blistering hot
>  ryfigge@aol.com

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