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RE: Hidden Acres Iris Garden (lLoic)

  • Subject: RE: Hidden Acres Iris Garden (lLoic)
  • From: "Mike G" <mgreenfield@cinci.rr.com>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 15:37:55 -0400

Hello Mike
Congratulations for your new babies!!
Has Glory of Dawn shown any sign of rebloom?
Or , married to a rebloomer, has it already given reblooming seedlings?
Pond Ripples looks stunning on the picture!
Thanks For the tip, it's so exiting to discover the new ones!
Thanks Loïc  Glory Of Dawn has not tried to rebloom for me or any place It has been a guest.
Pollen parent Champagne Elegance has only rebloomed once in 5 or 6 years  here.
TBs just don't rebloom that well here. SDBs do pretty good lots of reblooming seedlings but none worth saving.
My Web Page Seedling page has been updated.
Mike Greenfield

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