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Re: TB: late stuf; HYB: slow year

<lamegardener@msn.com> writes:
> Out of 5 new Blyth iris planted in February,  three are
> deforming in that distinctive pre-stalk way.

Out of 4 new Blyth iris imported in February from Australia,
Drinks at Sunset is blooming now, Enchanter and Hold My Hand
have tall stalks and the 4th Romantic Gentleman is showing no
signs yet.
I think that is pretty good getting them in February and having
3 of 4 bloom four months later.

Randy Squires z10 North Hills, CA
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