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Rebloomers in New Orleans

  • Subject: Rebloomers in New Orleans
  • From: "rshadlow" <rshadlow@wildmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 22:30:01 -0000

I had someone ask me about rebloomers for New Orleans.  She said that 
it is Zone 8b.  I think that should be easy but I wanted to ask if 
there are any problems with rebloomers or irises in that area. (I'm 
worried it might turn out to be a problem like Florida)

If anyone has warnings about that area or particular rebloomers that 
just hate it there, I'd sure appreciate it.

I also want to thank everybody for their support.  Betty, you are 
right, it was a fantastic experience to meet everyone at Memphis!  I 
couldn't ask for a better group of people.

Yes, I am very addicted to irises.  (I think my daughters will scream 
if they hear me say iris one more time today)Too bad.

Robin Shadlow
Omaha, NE  zone 4b

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