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Re: Louisiana Iris Bloom


<< As I write this I am looking at a beautiful brown tall vase...full of
Louisiana irises:  Jeri, Ann Chowning, Billy, Bob Ward, Koorawatha. >> 

My JERI sent up a scape in January  and was frozen by one of those early
sudden untipical frost.  ANN CHOWNING just did not grow for me this year, so
it did not bloom.  BOB WARD has to big healthy pods loaded with seed.
 KOORAWATHA bloomed this year and was very nice.  Beautifull ruffled bright
yellow on branched scapes.  Seeds pods a growing.

Tom, I just do not like Iris psuedacorus.

Enjoy the Louisiana Iris.

Robert Turley
LaBelle, FL

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