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Re: Crimson King?

Ellen Gallagher wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Jul 1996, John I Jones wrote:
> > that my bloom season ran from Jan 15 (HEADY PERFUME) to July 28 (CRIMSON
>         Get outa here.....you had irises blooming in January? Anybody else
>         have this early bloom? 

Sure, why not?  Had I. unguicularis blooming from November thru January,
and some TB rebloom (or prebloom?) by then. The real season didn't start
'til February, though.

>         This calls for something - laughter or
>         crying, can't decide.
>         I choose smiling :-)
>         Ellen Gallagher   e_galla@moose.ncia.net   Zone 3  where it was 33
>                 degrees below zero on January 15th.

Gerry in Los Angeles, where it's way too far above 100 now.

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