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Wierd season

	Anna Mae Miller wrote:

>Will have Lilting Laura in bloom tomorrow,
>Marky's Scribe is in bllom last 2 days and ther's a 20" stalk on a JI.  Wierd

	I concur. I think a BB, COLOR BRITE, will be open before some of
	my Miniature Dwarfs. Of course, we have a long way to go to see
	any buds on Siberians up here in the mountains. :(

	It makes for an interesting iris season...hopefully.


	Ellen (where little 'Bee Wings' finally opened this AM)

	Ellen Gallagher   / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
	Granite Gardens  /  Northern White Mountains
	USDA Zone 3a    /   Sunset Zone 44

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