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TB: 3 striking irises & RE


The 3 most striking TBs in my garden this SPRING were
	DUSKY CHALLENGER
	LULLABY OF SPRING
	WILLIAM A. SETCHELL

		
However, at other times of the year, the most striking iris is the
blooming rebloomer:
	JULY:	CHAMPAGNE ELEGANCE
		SEPTEMBER REPLAY
	AUGUST: SEPTEMBER REPLAY
		LEMON DUET
	SEPTEMBER:
		SEPTEMBER REPLAY
		SWEET SUMMER
		LEMON REFLECTION
		JULY SUNSHINE
		unknown white
		VIOLET MUSIC				   

and more to come!

Phyllis Soine
Richmond, VA Zone 7
wsoine@gems.vcu.edu






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