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Bloom report (not long :)


	Maureen Mark wrote:

>Jeff,
>I can't believe that you're in peak SDB bloom.  Mine are just about
>done.

	Hello you folks in Zone 4....ours are just beginning:

	MDBs in bloom today:

	BUGSY, LITTLE BLCKSMITH, ALPINE LAKE, CRADLE DAYS (still), CINNAMON

	APPLES...(many more in bud...early ones are gone).


	SDBs in bloom today:

	SNOWTREE, OUTBURST, NUT RUFFLES, RITZ, JAZZAMATAZZ, PITTER PATTER,
	BABY BLESSED, MAD DASH, WHAT AGAIN, REFINED, LITTLE SHOWOFF,
	JEWELER'S ART, LUMALITE...(many more in bud).

	Buds are on IBs, BBs and TBs and especially on I. pallida Aurea
	(Zebra - about 12 bloomstalks). Nothing on the beardless yet.

	Our best year here for bearded and now we move next month. :((

	Cheers,

	Ellen
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Ellen Gallagher  / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
Siberian iris robin   /   sibrob@ncia.net
Northern New Hampshire, USA / USDA Zone 3
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