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Bloom in another part of OZ

From: Paul & Yvonne Tyerman <tyerman@dynamite.com.au>

Howdy All,
	I'll keep this brief......

	No beardeds in flower for me yet, but there are definitely buds starting
to appear on some of my Dwarf's.  Jan is WAY ahead of us here in Canberra.
I however have Dutch Iris in flower..... My first few Apollo have opened
over the last 4 or 5 days.  I'll probably have 30 of them in flower within
the next week.  Apollo (White standards, Yellow Falls) and Casablanca
(Pristine White with small yellow signal) are my favourite Dutch Iris
(although Rosario (Mauve Pink) is rather pretty as well).

	No sign of anything obvious yet on any of the TBs, Medians or Arilbreds.
The reticulatas have finished and I. danfordiae didn't flower for me yet
(but there's still hope).

	Won't take up any more of your time.


	Paul Tyerman (Canberra, Australia - where spring has definitely sprung.
The Magnolia is in full flower, Daffodils and jonquils abound throughout
the garden.  Polyanthus are flowering everywhere, plus cyclamen,
hellebores, Fritillarias have started, Erythroniums are in flower, My first
Anemone Blanda opened today, the lilacs are budding, the tulips have
started, the peach tree is flowering and my Prunus "Elvins should burst
open any day now.  Aaaaagh!  Its a lovely time)

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