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Minor amount of rebloom already!

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 16, 10 at 15:30

Total Recall, surprise surprise:
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Frequent Flyer:

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New Leaf and Winesap, but just planted/divided, have rebloom stalks. This is the second year New Leaf has rebloomed for me, although it is not listed as a rebloomer. If it does it again next year, should I contact the Reblooming Iris Society?
Renee


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RE: Minor amount of rebloom already!

Photobucket is not allowing me to see Frequent Flyer tonight.

Very nice tall rebloom stalks on Total Recall with good bud placement. I think I would try to report New Leaf's performance. I'm really pleased to hear it, natch.


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RE: Minor amount of rebloom already!

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Hmmm. Another try.


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RE: Minor amount of rebloom already!

  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 18, 10 at 18:50

Wow reblooming in July? Pretty good! I had no rebloomers last yr at all, after several yrs of having quite a few in the fall. I really need to thin them out! Renee your garden is wonderful!


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RE: Minor amount of rebloom already!

I never get tired of your garden! Thanks so much for posting these pics. I' know I'm going to use them for help in positioning my irises when I plant soon. I love how you have big groups of fronds around the roses. That's aloe next to it, right? It looks really neat there!


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RE: Minor amount of rebloom already!

You know what's really nice about irises, aimekitty? You can rip them out by the roots and move them where ever you like as often as you like and they don't hold it against you.


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