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City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 28, 13 at 19:40

Here is City Lights today. Not a tall stalk, but considering the frosts we had in So Cal, not bad at all.

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RE: City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

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RE: City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

How lovely!

City Lights has been my favorite of the 'white spot' iris. Color-wise and color-proportions-wise (?!).

Your 'New Leaf' bloomed last spring --- great color with the tall red grass neighbor. Poor stalk was hit by a ball or dog so lying (laying ?) on the ground before I rectified it with a stake. Love, love it. Thank You.

RE: City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

Lovely scene.

RE: City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

That's nice of you to say, eukofios.
I'm glad to hear that New Leaf has bloomed for you. I moved it to the shade this year, along with Daughter of Stars, the Noid that you sent me, New Perspective, Beverly Sills, and Tennison Ridge, to make room for some newcomers. If the new ones are not up to snuff I'll move these back into their old spots.

RE: City Lights Reblooming 1/28/13

Beautiful as always Renee! I love your agave, and to have it next to your pond what a wonderful idea as I've never seen that done before and it does really look spectacular! I love the blue of City Lights, it's the kind of blue that makes you just wanna stare at it, very soothing.

I have 5 or 6 iris with blooms too Renee but I fear the frosts will get them before they open...

Thank you for sharing!


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