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Re: Southern hemisphere bloom

Dear Northerners,
         at the moment we are just recovering from the weather Sonya is 
getting 124k/h wind (28C at 9.30pm), rain etc and the bloom season in my 
garden is just about over. I buy most of my TBs from Barry Blyth so I have a 
mixture of his and US imports.
This year I had really good displays from Chickasaw Sue, Silver Stitch, 
Sostenique (probably, I lost the tag), Vanity, First Blush, Ledas Lover, and 
Maelstrom. I also had a good display from a really vigorous clump of 
Imprimis (Blyth). We also had a lovely  display from I. laevigata Royal 
I'm just about to put my next order in with Barry Blyth, good-bye vege 
patch, hello iris bed!

bye for now,

Simone Clark
Canberra Australia

>Sonya and others in springtime now - do you grow irises that were hybridized
>in your own part of the world or mostly US varieties?  Tell us what's in
>bloom now that you really like.
>Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA
>already suffering iris withdrawal and staring at catalog photos

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