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And yet it has never rebloomed for us.  will rebloom six miles up the road but not in its home garden.  reblooms very nicely in southern california too.  glad to see you had some bloom with it.  George really likes it as a parent and will still occasionally use it.
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Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 5:17 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] tb-ORANGE POPSICLE-REB


    (G. Sutton, R. 1987), Sdlg. 82-28. TB, 33" (84 cm), E-M
    Ruffled and laced creamy orange; tangerine beard; pronounced sweet fragrance. Mandolin X Mistress. Sutton's Green Thumber 1987
    G. Sutton has registered 8 direct children of Orange Popsicle, they are all REB.

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