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Re: OT-CHAT: Where are you?

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: OT-CHAT: Where are you?
  • From: "John I. Jones" <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 09:07:09 +0000
  • References: <199806121547.IAA06056@mail.ptw.com>

starlord@ ptw.com (Dennis Bishop) wrote:
> >J. Michael, Celia or Ben Storey wrote:
> >>
> >> >Anyway keep the posts coming, I will keep on keepin' on.
> >>
> >> How is Dahliaman's new garden blooming?
> Will right now, I've got a few Persian Ranuncus(sp?) blooming,
> one Rose that I got from people moving out has 3 buds opening on it and
> it's a wonderfull deep red, my little patch of wild flowers has been
> blooming now for about 3 weeks, I'm trying to save their seeds as they
> show up. The other Iris are all in the GROUND and growing, but for the
> one peach colored one that bloomed and is just sitting there now with no
> new starts, on the 1st of July when I can afford to pick up another bag
> of good potting soil, I'm going to take that one and cut it 1/2 and
> plant each part in a pot by itself.
> I've got a Morning Glory blooming now and it's flowers last well past
> noon time! Why? It's on the North side fence and is shaded by an elm
> tree, so it blooms longer! I also have a La Iris sending up a bloom
> stalk! I've got my camera loaded for it, btw, it's in full shade and
> still growing good!
> My Walking Iris are confusded, 1st its cold, no growing, then it's warm
> and they start, now it's chilly and real windy and they've stopped
> again!
> I've got one small 50cent Dahlia blooming, while another one I was sent
> along with some Iris now has buds on it and should open by next week,
> and I'm watching day by day the growth of my Dahlia seeds for Dahlia
> Imper's. My one daylily is at last showing sings of waking up and
> starting to grow. And at last some seeds from the vine I discorvered
> over in Hawaii and have grown are starting to grow, now I can save it's
> seed and maybe market a amount next year.
> And last but not lest, I've got canna seeds growing and on the 1st of
> June I was able to buy a start on Tropcanna a most wonderfull looking
> canna.
> Now see what you when and done?? ;}
> http://www.freeyellow.com/members4/hobbyman
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