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Re: Is it Spring Yet?

Excuse my ignorance, but I have to ask:  The little tiny iris (purple with a
little white in my case) about 4" high that bloom along with the snow drops,
are they Iris danfordiae?  Merrily in DC

-----Original Message-----
From: TK & Anna Meade <paints@bellatlantic.net>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Sunday, February 22, 1998 3:47 PM
Subject: Is it Spring Yet?

>All winter, I've just been reading my Iris-L in digest form, planning my
>purchases and garden daydreaming...then today I spotted a patch of
>yellow in my still winterkilled garden. A  bunch of Iris danfordiae! I
>got them in the late fall at the local BJs wholesale Club for
>practically nothing!! They are blooming their tiny heads off...can
>spring be far behind and a better question, when did spring start coming
>right after autumn? Anna, lurking in NJ

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