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Re: OT: Trimezia?

william b. cook wrote:
>      Today, I did have a couple of open blooms on the Yellow Walking Iris
> (Tiger Eye Iris) sometimes known as Trimezia.
>      We are getting one of these El Nino enhanced rainfall events.  As of
> 5:30 PM today, we had 6.34 inches of rain.  It is still raining quite
> heavily.  As of 5:30 PM today, the monthly rainfall total was 17.76 inches.
> Mark A. Cook
> billc@atlantic.net
> Dunnellon, FL.

Lucky you, I have to wait here in Delaware for my open blooms. All y'all
out there in FLA and CA are so lucky to still have blooms and that goes
for all you all in warm climates in witch you can get bloomers all year
| \ichard
Shehor/\/ Jr.

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