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Re: Perfume Counter vs Sign of Leo

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Perfume Counter vs Sign of Leo
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2001 15:57:19 -0400

Wow - very similar.  Looks like SIGN OF LEO has more of a bluish beard
tipped white, & PC has more of a white beard.  Do you grow both of these
& can you tell them apart?

Whatever it is that I have blooms a bit early in spring and the earliest
blooms on the stalk are often damaged, but usually the later blooms are
ok, then it often blooms again in the summer if conditions are right
(whatever those are!<g>), then occasionally in the early fall, well
before cold weather.  Stalks are a bit short, but taller than
IMMORTALITY.  The original planting is in an abandoned row, buried in
fescue now, but still blooms every year in the spring.


Linda Mann Tennessee zone almost 8 - long, hot, sometimes very wet,
sometimes very dry summers

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