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Re: CULT: So many different iris in boom

  • Subject: Re: CULT: So many different iris in boom
  • From: "tan0301" <tan0301@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 31 May 2002 16:28:37 -0000

I think I have Siberians that are reblooming.  I was deadheading them 
last night and I could see little pods down in the foliage and sure 
enough, bloom pods on a little spindly stem.  I actually found one 
bloomed out it was about 1/2 the size of a normal bloom.  It was 
actually kind of cute.  Should I leave these alone, or snip them off?

--- In iris-talk@y..., "John  Bruce" <jbruce1@c...> wrote:
> Same kind of strange weather here too. Blooming right now, IB, BB, 
> Siberian, Spuria, Louisiana, pseudacorus, brevicaulis, and a bud in 
the JI.
> Never had a spuria bloom before mid-June here, or a JI. And nearly 
10" of rain
> so far this month with more on the way tonight. 
> John
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   Subject: [iris-talk] CULT: So many different iris in boom
>   Everyone in the area has said that we have had unusual weather. 
Mild winter, 
>   warm spells, then cool spring... Well its the first time I've 
ever seen this 
>   particular combination of iris in one spot ALL BLOOMING AT THE 
>   TBs
>   IBs
>   BB
>   MTB
>   MDB
>   I. Tectorum (blue)
>   I. Psuedacorus
>   LAs
>   JI
>   Sibs
>   The iris not currently blooming are some other species-x that 
aren't blooming 
>   yet, some spurias not yet, one oncocylus thats done, SDBs and 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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