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Bloom and Rebloom


From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <cwalters@digitalpla.net>

Robert Turley writes:

> CHAMPAGNE ELEGANCE, AUTUMN TRYST & DUKE OF EARL are blooming now.  > All
three cultivars have two scapes each.  BREAKERS sent up another repeat
scape > also.

Greetings, all! And thanks to John for establishing this new forum for iris
talk!

I am not acquainted with Autumn Tryst, but Champagne Elegance and Duke of
Earl are two (of the not too many) that are reliable rebloomers here in the
Zone 4/5 borderlands in northern Utah. Actually, both of these are still in
bloom with their Spring bloom here now. D of E has been in flower in my
garden for a month already (as have quite a few other TBs - the combination
of lots of stalks, robust growth with many buds per stalk, and extended
cool, moist weather that lasted past the middle of this month has given us
a bloom season of unprecedented bounty and duration) .
CE is out of bloom in the garden, but the bit that took root on the mulch
pile is still merrily blooming away.

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)
cwalters@digitalpla.net






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