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Re: Crimson King


>Mary Forte asks...
>I'm just curious if there are other historics that bloom like Crimson King.

Can't speak for California -- on the East coast Polar King (Donahue 39)
throws a bloomstalk whenever it matures a rhizome. It is unique in having
been introduced seven years after winning an Award of Merit and is also the
first TB introduced as a rebloomer to win that award.

It has poor substance -- but in July who whines about substance!!!

I posted a list of suppliers of Historic iris  on 3/21/96 -- it can be
found in the archives -- subject is Re: Catalogs.

Best regards,

Mike Lowe mikelowe@tricities.net Virginia







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