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TB: Cult: Rebloom


Throwing a bloom stalk with three buds right now is Iris germanica Nepalensis, also known as Purple King (Wallich-1830-Katmandu) and described in the 1939 checklist as an IB, early bloom, dark red self.
This bloom stalk would more properly put it in the TB category, and like most I. germanica it bloomed with the dwarfs in April, but unlike the others, it is sending up a new stalk.
Anyone else have germanicas with a penchant for rebloom?


James Brooks
Jonesborough, TN
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