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Re: rebloom

From: z88keys@mindspring.com (L.Zurbrigg)

>From: Irisborer@aol.com
>Hi happy iris folk...
>I just heard from one of our members in the Buffalo Bahamas (63 degrees
>yesterday), that he has MATRIX in bloom.
>Received it as a gift from Lloyd Zurbrigg when he spoke to our club.
>Kathy Guest... working girl

Dear Kathy: Hurrah for your rebloom on MATRIX. It is not known for early
rebloom, but it has exc. growth and is an exc. parent. I have a lot of SDBs
in bloom, mostly new seedlings. Also some dozen tall beardeds, including a
new yellow amoena that seems reluctant to open. No killer frost yet!

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