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Re: rebloomer seedling

Dana -- I wonder if the iris you are describing has a tendancy to 
bunch up in the fall rebloom and not in the spring.  Would you consider
this a flaw? For introduction, as you know, the cv must be distincting
__that's distinctive -- as well as have wonderful growth habits.

You probably know, IS it distinctive, or is the rebloomin aspect the
distinction?  I've no advise about whether it should be introduced. As a
judge, and having seen it a number of seasons, you might be giving the
right advise!!

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY. 
I love your description --"96 of which -dip below freezing-" !!

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