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Earl of Essex reblooming

We are having unusally balmy weather for November, 60 degrees!, so I was out 
doing some garden clean up and much to my surprise I found a bloom stalk on 
Earl of Essex. This is a new Iris which I planted in August and didn't expect 
any bloom until next year. I hope this is indicative of the rebloomability of 
this plant for the future. The stalk is only about 8" high so I don't know if 
it will have time to bloom before the first frosts hit. I will cross my 

Jefrie Jenkins
Kent, WA zone 5

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