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Re: RE: CULT: TB: REB: Byers Irises.

In a message dated 11/3/00 1:05:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
lmann@mailhub.icx.net writes:

<< Anybody care to share experiences with Byers' TBs/rebloomers in hard
 late spring freezes?  Maybe I should try some other ones.  >>

     LICHEN, EGYPTIAN, and ISTANBUL did very well even with late freezes in 
Lexington, KY.  That is part of what renewed my interest in those cultivars.  
While not a rebloomer, MESMERIZER was also great in Kentucky.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.    [WINTERLAND in bloom, bud stem on BILLIONAIRE.]

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