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Re: King Clovis and irises...

Ellen Gallagher wrote:
>         This was taken from the book, `Irises, A Romantic History with a
>                 Guide to Cultivation', by Susan Berry. (p. 17)
>         It is nice to see I. pseudacorus being the hero in Clovis' legend.


I guess the folks at "Adamsgrove" must have read the same book, as they
introduced a Pseudacorus clone called "King Clovis" in 1994.  They claim
that their King Clovis can rebloom.

Rick Tasco
Central California -- where we had our coldest day since February. 47F.
Zone 8.5

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