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Re: Iris Bloom in July???


From: "Juri Pirogov" <jukp@aha.ru>

Hello listers,
We had extremely hot June, without any rain but ...
First bud on AFFAIRE opened July 6th, and some other is still blooming.
TB with Spurias!

Juri
Moscow, Russia
jukp@aha.ru
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> От: Barbara Jackson <jacksonb@mb.sympatico.ca>
> Кому: iris-talk@onelist.com
> Тема: [iris-talk] Iris Bloom in July???
> Дата: 8 июля 1999 г. 20:25
> 
> From: Barbara Jackson <jacksonb@mb.sympatico.ca>
> 
> Good morning talkers,
> 
> BJ here in southwestern Manitoba, zone 3.
> 
> This has definitely been an odd iris year for me.  Normal iris blooming
time
> is mid-May to mid-June in these parts.  Not this year.  Started out
normal
> enough with the SDBs on the 13th of May but any resemblance of normal
> disintegrated after that.  TBs Green Prophecy and Test Pattern finished
> blooming last week.  Now it is July 8th and I still have TB iris in
bloom.
> The last bud on ColorTart opened this morning, yesterday Xanthrippes Halo
> opened all four buds at once and I. christographe Black form has put up a
> bloomstalk!  BTW, Xanthrippes Halo is spectacular and amlost
indescribable!
> Asiatic lilies and iris blooming at the same time, unheard of in my
experience.
> 
> I'm just back on the list after an absence of about a month following a
> magnificent garden tour of England and Chelsea Flower Show in May. 
Visited
> Wisley's iris trial beds and brought back lots of names to be on the
lookout
> for.  So many beautiful iris, so little time.
> 
> Glad to be back with you all.
> 
> BJ in MB  Canadian Prairies Zone 3
> 
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