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Re: TB: Breakers

From: John Montgomery <monashee@junction.net>

Char Randall wrote:

> Anyone care to share any rebloom experience with Breakers in a hot,
> dry, windy, zone 5-6?

Charles, we have regular rebloom on Breakers in our hot, dry & sometimes
windy zone 5, just North of you.  I have noticed that the rebloom stalks
on this iris can get so heavy that they have a tendency to flop over.
Since I absolutely refuse to stake any plant up, the show is often not
what it might be.

John Montgomery    whose motto is "stand on your own feet buddy, else,
eat dirt".
Vernon  BC  Zone 5

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