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A wonderful Valentine's surprise today:  my Gladiolus tristis (SIGNA 93Z396)
put out it's first bloom of the year.  (Despite its name, it is not sad.)
This joins my Ferraria crispa (94Z258) which has produced 29 blossoms so far
on 1 stalk (since Jan 17) and the Dietes irioides.  Maybe these don't seem
triumphs for those of you in warmer climes, but in New England... .  I love
my IRIDS in the sunspace.

Kathy Marble <cmarble@tiac.net>
Harvard, MA
zone 5

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