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REB: Keep up the reports

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Where Feedback is still reblooming. I cut the stalk for the iris picnic
> yesterday. It had one open bloom. Today that bloom faded but another
opened. I
> have one bud left to open on the stalk on my coffee table.
> Belvi Queen has 4 bloomstalks and Polar King has 1 bloomstalk, and
> has a third bloomstalk coming up, one has finished blooming with10 buds,
one i
> cut yesterday had 6 buds and thenew one to go .

     Keep up the rebloom reports.  Isn't it great having them twice each
year?  How did that BGIS Picnic go?  Here, the African Irises and Tiger Eye
Irises have been blooming for several months now, and are still going.  

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.     [Getting off the computer, lightning in the area.]

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