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Re: OT.rebloomers

Redbrd1489 wrote:
> If anyone can read this I am interested in knowing what a rebloomer is. I have
> some TB's and some MDB's . I have raised irises for a while but have never
> hybridized. I saw the article on hybridizing and have copied to a disk for
> future reference. Thank you. I hope thisgets out because i have tried before
> and failed. Getting frustrated.
> Dale Clark
> Redbrd1489@aol.com
A Rebloommer is an iris that simply reblooms when other irises are all
done blooming.
| \ichard
Shehor/\/ Jr.

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