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Re: TB: Aust. Rebloomers

From: RYFigge@aol.com

Thank you, Jan.  The irises have been recorded as reblooming -- and i also
thank you for realizing it would be good to know about them next year!
Rosalie nr Baltimore  where we had rain which froze slick on the ground, then
scurries of snowww  and then sleet on that with more snow and more sleet .
The windshield of my car had 1/4" ice scraped off - Guess I'm thankful not to
have l2 or so feet of snow!   But the ice storm has thrown this state in
darkness many places - thankfully I'm still o.k. because no electricity would
mean no heat!

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