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re: Constant Companion

  • Subject: [iris-photos] re: Constant Companion
  • From: "Robin Shadlow" rshadlow@wildmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 20:59:46 -0500

Hi Jean,

Constant Companion has really done well here 
this year too.  There were several clumps with 
multiple rebloom.  

I can't help but wonder how it does in other 
parts of the country.  I know Aitken's has 
reported it as a rebloomer.  Anyone else grow 
it?  Is it a reliable in warmer climates 
too?  It definitely does not need cold though 
as it rebloomed here in August.

I have quite a bit of it, and it seems 
deserving of wider distribution.  If anyone out 
there would like to try some, e-mail me offlist 
and I'd be happy to share some next year.

Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE

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