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Blooming Seasons Reversed

Well, the intermediate bearded iris are all gone the way of all flesh.  Some of
the tall beardeds are finished, others have only opened this week, and still
others have yet to open-all in the same bed.  Not a matter of different
cultivars having different blooming seasons either, I'm talking about specimens
of the same varieties.  And the Siberians are just now begining to form buds.
Love this El Nino weather.

Bob Campbell
Southern Ontario

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