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Re: REB: Rebloom report

In a message dated 7/16/2003 12:45:16 PM Central Standard Time, 
richter@eecs.berkeley.edu writes:

> Is it rebloom if it didn't bloom in the spring?

Jean, if it doesn't bloom in the spring at all, it is considered to be a Fall 
bloomer.  My introduction to rebloomers was through a mail order catalog 
(Henry Fields) that advertised 'Fall blooming Iris!'  They were older IB 
rebloomers & Eleanor Roosevelt was my first iris to rebloom. 

Betty W. in South-central KY zone 6. thought I had a pretty 'fall bloomer' 
until it bloomed this past spring! Not as impressive in spring bloom! LOL!

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