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Re: re spring
  • Subject: Re: re spring
  • From: AIS Janet Smith <gbyp456@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 09:51:42 -0800


Oh I am so envious - mine are still thinking!
We have had 60 degree weather up to even 70 degrees that is not normal for us in the mountains of Central California.  We should have had a lot more snow and rain and 30s to 40 degree temperatures.  Still, my reticulata's are only thinking about blooming.
Thanks for sharing,
Janet Smith
Yosemite is my back yard!

On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 1:05 AM, Jan Jacobsen <janjacobsen58@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi All
Here in Spain (El Vilosell) spring slowly arrive after some weeks with frost at night and just above freezing-point at day, the first reticulata iris are blooming.
Here are "Evening Twilight"

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