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Re: RE: REBLOOMING RECORDER


From: Christa Royer <croyer@fastrans.net>



Patrick Orr wrote:
A check for $26 dollars for a triennial membership and a cumulative list
will go in the mail tomorrow.  Thanks again.
    Thank you, every new member means more information.

>  BTW...do any of the lists also offer information on which zones they
> rebloom in?
>     The Checklist has the zones listed after the name and description
> of each iris.The Symposioum results in the Spring issue lists by name
> and zones. The Fall issue has a form members fill out and mail in,
> this information is used for the Symposioum and the Checklist.
>
> Am I correct in my understanding that most rebloom in zones 5-8
>     Zone 8 and 9 have the most rebloomers. The lenglth of the growing
> season plays a big role in reblooming.
>
> and hybridizing is going on to achieve rebloom in zones 4 and 3
>     Hybridizers have been working with East Coast iris in and effort
> to develope more cold weather rebloomers. Dr. Z can answer this better
> than I. Dr. Z has gifted us with  some very beatiful and consistantly
> reliable rebloomer. I hope he will keep us posted on his new sdlg with
> blue S. and aqua-blue F.
>
> as well as the hot zone 9?
>     Zone 9's weather presents difficulties for growing bearded
> iris..Big Alligator can attest to this.  The rainy, humid conditions
> donot promote good growth.
>     My e-mail is croyer@fastrans.net. Please feel free to contact me
> off line if you wish.
> Christa Royer
> St. Louis MO
> zone 5
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