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Re: TB: Late Bloomers

  • Subject: Re: TB: Late Bloomers
  • From: Sandra Barss <barsssa@mb.sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 05:28:54 -0700


Here's what still blooming of the tall bearded.

Devil's Lake                                                 Arctic
Merlot                                                         Acoma
(still - at least yesterday)
Swingtown                                                   Oh Jamaica
Cannonball                                                   Finalist
Conjuration                                                  Vanity
Perfect Pitch                                                Red Hawk
Dusky Challenger
Celebration Song (I think)

I think that's it.  The versicolors and siberians are also blooming.

Eleanor Cecchini wrote:

> Sandra, just when I think my iris "wish list" is full, you post yet
> another
> wonderful pic!!!
> What's still blooming for you?
> El, Ste Anne, MB Z3

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