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     Reblooming Irises are not registered according to early fall, mid
fall, or late fall bloom.  Timing of bloom is often erratic.  When
registered, the hybridizer gives the month of most reliable rebloom for
him/her.  The timing of bloom my be entirely different somewhere else. 
Also, an Iris that reblooms in one climate may fail to rebloom in a
different climate.  
     This is not to discourage one from trying rebloomers, but it is meant
to point out why no such classification (early, mid, late) has been made so

Mark A. Cook
Lexington, KY    Where 30's are expected Monday Morning.

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