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REB: Blackout (?)

Dennis Kramb wrote:

> One question...is Blackout (by Luihn) a rebloomer or not?  Some catalogs
> say it is, some say it isn't.  Has anyone in Zone 6 (or close to
> Cincinnati) had this puppy rebloom for them??


Monty Byers, who with his characteristic enthusiasm, collected and printed
information on the rebloom potential of irises from all quarters, only
recorded rebloom on BLACKOUT in Santa Cruz, CA - which implies that it only
reblooms under the most ideal conditions.

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)

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