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RE: Rebloom in Northeast Ohio?

Go for it, Bob.  Rebloomers are showstoppers here in zone 4.  Someone
brought in a rebloomer to the hort show in August and it generated a lot
of comments.  Immortality and Thrice Blessed have rebloomed for me.
We're trying a few more this year.  I believe that it's Don and Ginny
Spoon who compile the list of rebloomers with their zone tolerances.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Robert Pindell [SMTP:bobdell@ix.netcom.com]
		Sent:	Monday, September 22, 1997 11:07 PM
		To:	Mark, Maureen; Multiple recipients of list
		Subject:	REB:  Rebloom in Northeast Ohio?

		Rebloom sounds facinating.  I would think that
		iris flowers in September would slow the traffic
		by my house and give me a chance to tell tall
		tales to my neighbors :-) about how I did it.  It
		also sounds like a sometimes thing for those of
		us that live where the snow flies early and lies

		Unless someone tells me I am wasting my money I
		am planning on buying some rebloomers next year.

		Bob In the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland Ohio
		where the Lake Effect begins.
		Is it zone 5 or is it zone 6 with lots of snow.

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