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RE: TB: Cascade Springs

  • Subject: RE: [iris-talk] TB: Cascade Springs
  • From: John Reeds <jreeds@microsensors.com>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2001 16:02:06 -0700

> >Does anyone grow or have a description of Cascade Springs?
Looked wonderful in Oregon when the national was there, a very light reverse
blue bitone or reverse amoena with a bit of "washed"/uneven color effect.
Inconsistent in southern California.  Takes years off without blooming,
though it has huge rhizomes.  This year it bloomed well for me (well, three
powerful stalks is better than none, and they were worthy).

John Reeds 9b = Sunset 23

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