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Earlier in the fall, I asked that people post the irises that rebloomed for 
them.  People were VERY generous with their reports.  

I want you ALL to know that I really appreciate you taking time from your 
busy schedules to do this.  

I was going over the lists just now and I'm thrilled with the response!  
Later in the winter I will organize the material according to cultivar and zone 
and make it available back to the group,  also to Robin and the Recorder!  

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6 (I've still got bloom!  I've still got 
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:
 Reblooming Iris - Home Page 
iris-photos archives  
iris-talk archives  
AIS: American Iris Society website  

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