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Re: Re: Re: HYB: a little progress working towards turquoise


Yes Tom, we do have reblooming iris in Nebraska.  And lots of iris growers just not in my particular neighborhood.  I do not have any rebloomers here at this house and no garden space really to add any.  But I do appreciate your kind offer.
Connie Eggen
Zone 5
Papillion, Ne
In a message dated 4/12/2016 6:20:05 A.M. Central Daylight Time, iris-photos@yahoogroups.com writes:

Hi Connie,
Do you ever see in any reblooming irises in your part of the country?
I think Karl and Carol Jensen's irises ['Belvi Queen', 'Belvi Cloud' and others] might stand a decent chance of reblooming in your zone 5 Nebraska, since they were bred in Belvidere Illinois and rebloomed up there. I just got a rhizome of each of those two Belvi's from C&T Iris Patch late in 2015. If they increase, I can send you pieces if you still have a place where you could put them. Maybe the two season bloom would be more of an incentive for people to grow them there.
Best wishes, Tom

Connie Eggen
Zone 5
Papillion, Ne

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