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Re: Re: REB: summer deformities (was bloom report)

In a message dated 7/26/2003 6:26:11 AM Central Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

> I
> see the same thing some years at the end of spring bloom when
> temperatures are in the 90s and we have high humidity combined with low
> soil moisture.

One of the reasons that I usually don't deliberately promote everblooming 
iris in this area.  I prefer cycle rebloomers that bloom in the fall.  However, 
when you start getting them in your program it's hard to ignore them.  I've 
found it's even harder not to get excited about them! <g>

Betty W in South-Central KY zone 6

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