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Re: Rebloom report/ Clarence's advice NORTHWARD HO

Z88KEYS@aol.com wrote:
It is, of course, a plicata, pinkish on cream as you have
> described it. It is in bloom here now. It is a good parent for rebloomers.
>  My apolosies to the iris world for giving a false description of a very nice
> iris.  Lloyd  Zurbrigg,  Durham, N.C.  Zone 8.

I have never seen NORTHWARD HO in bloom...have tried for a few years to
obtain it and have not had much luck.  Does it give nice form to it's

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