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Re: Crimson King

Been reading all the postings about Crimson King blooming in January,
December, etc.  In Atascadero, CA there's a border of them (I'm 90% sure on
that ID).  I've driven by that border at all times of the year, and those
irises are !!always!! blooming--we're zone 8 or 9.  I finally got hold of a
clump myself, spread it around the yard, and in their second year they have
been blooming continuously since early January.  Some people may not like the
old fashioned form, but I love Crimson King.  The color's great, it goes well
in the mixed border (loves the water) and it blooms!  I'm just curious if
there are other historics that bloom like that.  
Mary Forte, Atascadero CA 

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