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Louisiana Iris Bloom

Hi Everyone:

With out local iris show almost 2 weeks past, my Louisianas (which is
mostly what I grow) are finally starting to bloom.  They are really late
this year.

Here's what I've had so far:

In my home garden, I had great bloom on Jeri, Feliciana Hills, Cherry Cup,
and one named Love Ya (which might not be registered with AIS?).  Today, at
my country property, I picked beautiful stalks of County Pulaski, Aluvial
Gold, Geisha Eyes (the first time I've had it bloom in my garden--wow, I
like it!), Exquisite Lady, and Easter Tide.  I have many stalks getting
ready to bloom.

More later.

Tom Dillard
Little Rock, Arkansas
USCA Zone 7b

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