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Re: REB: RIS Symposium

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] REB: RIS Symposium
  • From: tjstanek@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2002 22:10:21 EST

Thank you for filling out & returning your symposium. An iris that you might 
try to rebloom in Florida is Forever Yours it is a white iris. A couple of 
others might be Mesmerizer, Cease Fire, Snow Goddess, or the historic Gibson 
Girl. These are what I would consider warm climate rebloomers. They all 
should be readily available from western iris gardens. They are lower in 
priced so you won't have a lot invested.
Best of luck
Tim Stanek

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