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Re: Re: TB: Autumn Circus

G'day Adam,
Thanks for your comments.
Hopefully I'll have more photos to share from all our iris next spring.
Mark - Australia
----- Original Message -----
From: Cordesview
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 12:43 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: TB: Autumn Circus

Hi There Mark & Wendy,

Nice bloom!

AUTUMN CIRCUS, is both new and old to me at the same time!

I had this iris in one of my very first orders.  It lasted two years, but never re-bloomed for me.  (Because of my cold climate, combined with the fact that I don't pamper the re-bloomers like I should, nothing really reblooms for me.)

Since your clump was only 4 months old, you probably have a "fall spike" that decided to come up.  Of the other 3 fans growing, some of them should bloom this fall (I mean, your spring, there in Australia.) :-)  

Glad you have some color!

Thanks for sharing!  I'm going to go take some photos of what I have in bloom now. :-)


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