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Surprise blooming.

Posted by plantman71 7b/8a (tcm6641@yahoo.com) on
Thu, May 8, 14 at 12:26

I went out looking my jungle over just now. I found Black Game Cock iris blooming, Dwarf pink glads , and the biggest surprise of all I had a bright yellow rose blooming. I had bought it last year in one of them plastic wraps(90 percent don't make it), but it had 4 big blooms on it. This is just a few of the thin gs I have blooming. What you got that is not common?

ones coming to the swap that has any more yellow roses, Granny Gray Beard, yellow bush honey suckle, or Encredaball Hydrangel, LMK

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RE: Surprise blooming.

My first daylily is blooming. It is a big spider with yellow throat and red petals. Lots of others are about to bloom. The Stallas and Happy Returns are about to open. Also saw some Japanese iris blooming and some Black Game cock Iris. English dogwoods are also blooming This has has been the best Spring for blooms , that I can remember.


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