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Re: Rebloom

From: z88keys@mindspring.com (L.Zurbrigg)

>From: Iarejan@aol.com
>In a message dated 8/2/99 10:29:22 PM Eastern Daylight Time, ddbro@llano.net
><< We have also been experiencing some early rebloom during all of this
> heat.  >>
>Dana & Lloyd,
>     Rebloom already?   COOL!!   Well, warm maybe.   But after that
>obnoxiously high heat wave, maybe 80's feels "cool" to the iris??   Maybe it
>fooled them somehow??  It did me...today I went outside and it was so much
>more comfortable that I was thinking "gee, itonly took two or three weeks at
>100 to make 80 feel good. "
>Janet Natale, zone 8 of Sc who did indeed put some iris int he ground today,
>near sundown.
>Dear Friend - - Just so! After 100 for several days 90 feels cool. But we
>are still uncomfortable here - back in the mid-90's and very dry. uckily
>we got 6/10" of rain from a passing storm. I water mornings, do some
>weeding, and then rest! The TV encourages me to do it, so I look forward
>to September, and hope the rebloom waits until October so there will be
>lots when Region 4 Meeting comes along, - nearly at Halloween Time.  Lloyd
>Zurbrigg in Durham NC

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