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RE: Twist of Fate

Adrienne writes:

>Twist of Fate was mentioned by someone. I had it, bloomed one year and
>disappeared. Quite possibly not the fault of the plant. 
>if there are other list members with this iris, I would love a report
>on how it does for them. It was my favourite colour combo and I would
>get it again if it would do well.

I planted TWIST OF FATE a year and a half ago. It bloomed last year and looks 
to be growing well again this year. I have another Iris of very similar color, 
River Hawk. I don't think it is quite as good a grower as TOF.

Jefrie Jenkins
Kent, WA
Sunset zone 5 - USDA zone 7
AIS region 13
e-mail: Leon_Adams_Jr@msn.com

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