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Re: bloom season

On Tue, 30 Jul 1996, Gerry Snyder wrote:

> >         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.

	Our Japanese are almost at peak bloom - should be peak Aug. 5th.

	Serves as a reminder that we have such diverse climates and 
	people on this list! 

	Ellen Gallagher  e_galla@moose.ncia.net, Northern White Mts.of NH 

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