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Re: Mind Reader


ELaborde@aol.com wrote:
> 

> MIND READER is a year and a half old plant and this will be  the first
> blooming. Does anybody know if it is considered a rebloomer?
> Happy Holidays to all of you.
> 

Elena,

MIND READER was introduced in 1994 by Keith Keppel of Salem, Oregon.  It
was not introduced as a rebloomer.  However, it is a wonderful example
of the luminata pattern in a modern iris.  It bloomed great here for us
this past spring.  

Happy Holidays,

Rick Tasco 
Central California--directly across from you in the Sierra Nevadas.
Zone 8.5





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