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Re: Heights for TB


Someone will have beaten me with the heights, but here's what I have. see

But I've a question re Olymparico. Mine always has it's main bloom 4-6 weeks
before even the dwarfs bloom, then sonmetimes has another go in the later
part of the main bloom season (2-3 months later), does yours do this this. I
think it's great because it flowers between the rebloomers and the main
-----Original Message-----
From: dparis@monitor.net <dparis@monitor.net>
To: iris-talk@egroups.com <iris-talk@egroups.com>
Date: Sunday, 20 August 2000 11:23
Subject: [iris-talk] Heights for TB

>I am replanting my iris bed and, because I was a beginner last year,
>did not record the heights of my iris.  There are a few that I
>been able to find through research.  Can anyone help with: Angels
>Blush, Madeira, Going My Way(37"), In Reverse, Sierra Grande,
>Opening Act, and Forgotton Secret?
>     Also, can anyone tell me where I could find an iris named
>     Thanks,  Debby

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