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Re: Bloom Report

>Affaire...this iris is SO awesome...it had a tiny, thin stalk that 
>stood up to the 800+ mph winds that ripped through my gardens. (At >one 
point, I joked that the wind was so bad that ORINOCO FLOW was >about to 
be picked up and "sail away, sail away, sail away..."  >Anyone else 
heard that song?)  It also had some of the BIGGEST >flowers I've seen. - 

I'm looking forward to this one myself Rusty. It looks very unusual in 
the catalogues. I have it's sibling, Witching about to flower. I don't 
think it's really a rebloomer though. Probably just aclimatising. Yes I 
know the song. I would think winds that fast would almost put the river 
into orbit!
Great to hear everyones bloom reports. Fills me with hope.
Jan Clark, in Australia

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