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Re: Re Bloomers... Myth or fact?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re Bloomers... Myth or fact?
  • From: <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 06:52:38 -0500 (EST)

On Tue, 4 Dec 2001 RYFigge@aol.com wrote:

> Dear R.J.  -  I wish you told us where you lived!  I would  have suggested
> you tell
> these people about AIS and  the National Convention in Memphis next year in
> case they lived near there.  It would be especially appropriate since Tenn.
> has the iris as  their State Flower.  Anyhow, besides Bill Shear's article in
> FINE GARDEN, there have been rebloomer articles in a number of other national
> popular magazines in the last few years.   Everyone has missed telling
> youthat there has to be a gene that carries the rebloomer  tendency, not all
> irises rebloom (except in Calif.!)  Itis always a surprise when you come
> across those who never heard of rebloomers!  How about joining the Reblooming
> Iris Society, which is a section of the American Iris Society,  We are having
> a publication coming out soon, and if you can join right away, you could
> probably get on the list and show the RECORDER to the people.  Contact our
> President ---Charlie Brown (email --  broiris8@airmail.net)  He can give you
> the information  I think the dues are #7.00 for one year and $18.00
> triennial)  If your  are a landscaper, you need it!  Rosalie nr Baltimore
> zone 7 where I have and had about 40 of the rebloomers in my garden  bloom or
> will bloom, with this spring-like weather!  ryfigge@aol.com  (also, I'm the
> Immediate Past President of the Reblooming Iris Society, if that would help
> with my credentials!)

Rosalie, Is there a web page for rebloomers? Maybe you could take this
unbeliever on a tour of it.


Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca>
Zone 4/5 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
SIGNA, Iris-talk,

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