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Re: blooming now

--- In iris-photos@egroups.com, "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> wrote:
> Completely unexpected result of a reblooming plicata by a space age 
rebloomer.  Kind of nice coloring and a consistent rebloomer with good 
branching and 9 buds, 36".  Innocent Star x High Impact.  
> Mike

This is gorgeous, Mike. I'm also jealous of your climate
 I havn't had any bloom here since end of October. We now have two 
feet of that white mulch here. I shouldn't complain too much as it 
protects the plants and they have suffered from  the lack of it in the 
past few years.

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