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Re: Nov 14 Rebloom Report

Roger Duncan or Rick Tasco wrote:
> Thought all might be interested in what is reblooming right now (Nov 14)
Since I finally had a killing frost about a week ago (10 days late) I 
have no irises reblooming IN THE GARDEN. But I have a Louisiana iris 
'Valencia Vanity' which had be teasing me with its show since mid 
October. The advantage of fall bloom is that they last longer in the 
cool weather. I cut the scapes before the hard freeze and brought them 
in. They are still blooming today.

R. Dennis Hager of Delmarva
email: rdhager@dmv.com

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