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Re: December reblooming report

In a message dated 96-12-09 19:36:17 EST, you write:

<<  wonder if some irises rebloom ONLY in these climates rather than the more

 Typical TB (?) cooler climates? >>

Robert, the answer is definitely "yes".  There a quite a few "warm climate
rebloomers" which only rebloom in areas such as coastal California. Would
love to be sitting in your garden right now, as even our cat doesn't want to
go out into the cold tonight.  

Clarence Mahan in Virginia, which most assuredly is not like coastal
California (Or Sydney).  

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