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TB:Kitty Kay

If you like pink, ruffles, Etc: you will have to have Kitty Kay. Bud
count is a little low but the beauty of even one flower makes up for
it!!  We are watching "irising" time dwindle slowly and gearing up for
"rebloom"!!  It is amazing how different parts of our acreage can look
on the same day, the show garden with green grass between long rows of
iris is still very much in bloom whereas the field (planted like corn in
long close together narrow rows) is almost finished. We have not had to
water this year due to the late rains and cool spring weather. I was
wondering if maybe the green lawn paths (about 3-4 feet wide) between
rows is helping to keep show garden portion blooming longer?  Anyone
else have similar happenings?
Lorraine in Modesto Ca, zone 9

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