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Finally, a Siberian bloom!


	Greetings,      

	I have ONE Siberian blooming - INDY - which was sold to me two years
	ago as ILLINI ENCORE.....

	I wondered why it was so short and so `early' - yes, up here June 13th
	is early for Siberians....

	I raced out as soon as I got up when I saw a bloom....looked like
	red-violet from my bedroom window and it was ....nice blue lines
	on the falls and looks wonderful BUT I planted this Siberian 
	next to LADY VANESSA which I wouldn't have done if I knew it was
	INDY.

	So important to have the correct I.D. on our iris....but everyone
	makes mistakes and I think it looks great....and I'm not moving
	it next year (as I considered doing).
	
	No iris to take down to MASS for me - lots of buds tho'....not 
	enuf' promising buds...too early.

	Ellen    e_galla@moose.ncia.net


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