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Re: Season Bloom Summary

In a message dated 96-07-26 23:14:09 EDT, you write:

>only had a 66% bloom rate.

That is amazing - here I thought it was only us rednecks (sorry, just got a
stack of Foxworthy email)  in Tennessee who had that kind of bloom success
rate.  And I thought California was iris heaven.  Of course, this year, a lot
of us had much lower bloom success than that because the weather patterns for
the last year were worse than usual, but 50-70% seems pretty typical. 

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tenn USA

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