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Re: Iris of the Milennium

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

janet & shan wrote:
> Why not pick a Space Ager for the milennium?  or a Space Age Broken 
>Color Rebloomer?  

Janet and Shan,
     The TB Irises EGYPTIAN and ISTANBUL would fit that billing.  

FREEZE:  After the freezes, only the Carolina Jasmine, Camellias, and a 
Hardy Begonia [In a sheltered spot] have any blooms now.  My chances of 
having bloom all 365 Days in 1999 got a lot worse, but are not 
impossible.  Potted plants that get pulled inside do not count.   

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.	[No Freeze tonight]

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