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Re: RE: CULT: Cayeux iris

I received Ruban Bleu from K.Keppel this fall.  A HUGE rhizome with many increases.  I got excited.
So far, it is one of the last ones to leaf out, so I wrote a friend knowledgable about this cultivar, and he replied that RB is a tough iris, but the bloom is well worth it. 
Once established it should excel.  Looking forward to its bloom, for it is really nice looking!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, November 19, 1999 9:34 AM
Subject: [iris-talk] RE: CULT: Cayeux iris

Hi Kathy and all
I bought aprx 20 rhizomes from Cayeux this summer ,and can tell that the quality was excellent- it usually are from France - and by now they have settled in nicely, I guess there will be flower on most of them next year.
I'm also convinced they are quite hardy, judging from previous years planting.

Jan Jacobsen - Denmark      - Strong wind from North and 2C brrr

> In fact, I find I like many of Cayeux's things - but I don't know much about
> their grow-ability.
> Kathy Guest
> some more
> blah, blah, blah z6
> >

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