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TB: a little bitta bloom


Pretty parched looking yard right now.  One or two stalks each, mostly weak
ones, on
Speculator
Throb
Shenanigan
Classic look
Cascade Springs
Mabel Andrews
Proud Tradition
Dawning
Cloud Ballet
Fogbound

and that's it, except late first-time bloom on a couple of new Australian
acquisitions:
In A Kiss (will open tomorrow)
and Drinks At Sunset (1-2 weeks behind)
both are good stalks on 5-gallon potted plants

Better news:  I have a job again now (more engineering stuff) so less time to
spend on iris and talkin' to you guys.

Bye for now!

John Reeds
lamegardener@msn.com

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