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Re: beardless rebloomers

This is my first year with Asian Alliance. My I. versicolor has bloomed at odd
times in the past. It may be "confused" by our California climate, so I don't
know what it would do in it's native climate.


Dennis Kramb wrote:

> >My Iris versicolor and Iris virginica 'Asian Alliance' are reblooming
> >for me this month:
> >
> Wonderful!  Do they often do this?  I did not know these east coast species
> could rebloom.

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