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  • Subject: CULT: REB: IBs
  • From: "Nyla Null Hughes" <nylah@brick.net>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 20:28:49 -0600

If you're looking for irises that never go over in strong winds, have you tried growing intermediates?  They have just about everything the TBs have in terms of color/pattern, as they're crosses between TBs and SDBs, but of course they bloom earlier and shorter. (And extending the bloom season ain't all bad for us iris lovers!)

One to wave the magic wand over to get rebloom would be DELIRIUM, Marky Smith's brilliant gold, red, and more IB. It makes you wonder if you are delirious, or it really is all those colors!

Nyla Hughes, Z 6, St. Louis area where it promises to be winter soon after record highs in Dec.
 (and last year this time we had a foot of snow!)

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