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Re: Is this possible?

>It may be several rhizomes just hidden in the dirt
>that are blooming, but if its really several bloom stalks from one 
rhizome, has that ever happened before?  See below  Sharon

I had 3 bloom stalks from one rz on both Lady Friend, and Sultan's 
Palace, last season. I did not know enough about irises as the time to 
think this unusual. I still don't think it is that uncommon. Mine did 
all come up at the same time though, rather than one after the other.
Jan Clark 

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