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Re: Red Reblooming TB's

On Wed, 23 Oct 1996, Donald Mosser wrote: 

> Earlier this week I noticed a bearded iris in bud, in front of my local post
> office.  The bud was a dark, rusty red. This is the only reblooming iris I
> have noticed in my local area, other than the ones in my own garden.  I was
> so intrigued by this find that I drove through the post office on my way
> home from work today, just to see if this flower had opened.  It had, but I
> didn't take the time to get a really close look (such as the beard
> color,etc.).  Are red reblooming bearded iris uncommon enough to reasonably
> narrow down the possibilities for the identity of this iris?  If yes, then
> can anyone name a few of the choices for the identity of this unknown, red
> rebloomer?> Donald Mosser

Donald, what shade of red was this flower?

Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca>
Zone 4/5 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

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