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Re: OT: Trimezia?


william b. cook wrote:
> 
> > Mark,
> > 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
> > round
> > TTYL
> 
> Richard,
>      Until the end of September, I lived in Kentucky.  I am still learning
> Florida plants.  Some are familiar, some are not.  Trimezia will not
> survive in Kentucky, except as a potted plant overwintered indoors.
> 
> Mark A. Cook
> billc@atlantic.net
> Dunnellon, FL.
Mark,
 I hope I diden't give the wrong impression, I wasen't upset just
joking. I am wondering if I could put reblooming Irises in a pot and
bring them indoors if I could enjoy Irises all year.
TTYL
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