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Re: Bloom report

Where are you located in zone 7 with no rain?   We are located in zone 7 and
have had nothing but rain since last week.   I have some of my irises
covered up with sandwich bags just to protect them from getting damaged.
Thank goodness we have a small amount of bloom or everything would be gone.
Once the sun opens up everything should be in full bloom or almost blooming.
Good luck with you iris.
Lora L. Masche
Forquin Mountain Iris Garden
21643 Shake Ridge Road
Volcano, CA 95689
-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Eaves <donald@eastland.net>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 1998 8:19 PM
Subject: Re: Bloom report

>Nearing the end of the iris season, there was a surprise.  While admiring
>new bloom of ROYAL TOUCH (Schreiner '67) and the Sprekelia blooms nearby,
>I noticed a bud emerging from the fan of COMING UP ROSES.  The weather is
>already reaching the baking stage here, so don't know if it will hold up
>'til bloom
>or not.  Thought I was finished with buds.
>Donald Eaves
>Zone 7 and still no rain

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