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Re: need reblooming iris contacts.

From: RYFigge@aol.com

There are more and more catalogs that give important rebloom info since THE 
Checklist  was published  and before that, the GREEN THUMB of Suttons  listed 
the possibilities in a different way which was unique  and helpful.   
Maryott:s catalog is doing it this year, and John Weiler did it years ago and 
FRIENDSHIP GARDENS, (Joan Roberts) has followed suit since they introduce his 
irises, among others.  Joan has been doing this from the very beginning, and 
not only gives the USDA zone, but also the State and Country where rebloom 
has occurred..  As Rebloomers become more and more popular (and John Weiler 
forecasted years ago that this would happen)  more catalogs will add this 
info.  Rosalie near Baltimore, enjoying open doors with an attic fan bringing 
in fresh cool air - at least for an hour or so - but we still need rain    
zone 7  ryfigge@aol.com

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