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Re: CULT: Cold nights/rebloom-out

In a message dated 11/21/00 6:50:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
BigAlligator@aol.com writes:

<< The Tall Bearded Iris BILLIONAIRE is now blooming, but I have it 
 inside for the second consecutive night because of freezing temperatures.  
 Well, one advantage to growing Irises in pots... >>
    I know what you mean, pulled in WINESAP, BELVI QUEEN (still finishing up 
two buds), and CORAL CHARMER in hopes their stalks with buds will progress 
for a few days ...expecting near freezing here in SC tomorrow night too, only 
up to a low of 48 on Saturday night.  
    BTW, after raving about how great a rebloomer CORAL CHARMER is, I have to 
note that I'm getting very low budded stalks on four of the five rz in a pot, 
which is a little too close to bloom-out for me...although one of the rz 
trying to "bud up" also has two tiny fan increases on the side.   Is this 
considered bloom-out for a rebloomer?   I'm thinking that maybe those tiny rz 
would be big enough to bloom by next fall, but I'd miss spring bloom.  Any 

Janet Natale
zone 8 of Sc, which I may remind mother nature ISN'T supposed to get this 

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