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Re: Iris chill requirements and Gigi

In a message dated 96-10-23 18:19:57 EDT, you write:

>I disagree strongly with Clarence's =
>statement that you won't get good JAP rebloom unless you get high chill.  =
>A large number of Japanese Iris fall-rebloom reliably in the mild bay =
>area climates (versus the more usual Japanese rebloom pattern of a second =
>flush of bloom four to six weeks after the first spring bloom in cold =
>winter climates).

Wow! Thanks for this information which I have never known before.  As for
being wrong...this happened to me once before...er, I think it was in
1964....:) Clarence Mahan in VA. 
P.S. Glad you came out of lurking, Gigi....you rascal, you. 

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