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Rebloom (finally) in Z. 3


	Woke up to see an iris blooming in my living room...
	CRIMSON KING who is very tall and spindly..but such a wonderful
	deep purple with nice white beards.

	I also have a bloomstalk of IMMORTALITY in a vase and one was
	left in the garden to be covered up each night. The inside one
	might not bloom since I cut the stalk when it was only 12" high.
	A big bud on a thick stalk.....a nice Oct. present here in the
	freezing Eastern mountains....one man died yesterday on a snow-
	covered hiking trail near here. Very cold and treacherous on the
	higher elevations.

	The snow will fly very soon....too soon. :(

	Cheers,

	Ellen







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Ellen Gallagher  / e_galla@moose.ncia.net
Northern New Hampshire, USA   /    Zone 3
Siberian iris robin    /  sibrob@ncia.net
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