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cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

Posted by alyciaadamo 3/4 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 26, 09 at 19:03

I bought these irises for my front yard this summer from Lowes. They did not come with a tag they only came with a white stick with their name on it. My question is what zone are they hardy to. I am in zone 3/4 and I just want to know what to do for it this winter. Also by any small chance are they rebloomers. Oh and I have no pics of the flowers I really didn't think about it while they were blooming.
The cha cha Hume is white with lavender streak in the center. The other- strut and Flourish hume is a deep purple with yellow I think.

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RE: cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

there are no registered iris with those names


RE: cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

that's not cool that was the only thing I had to go by

RE: cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

Hmmmmm...........I vaguely remember that name so I did a Google image search on Strut and Flourish. Yup, there are several pics. Love that search feature.

RE: cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

I did a search before and they both came up with nada! I did a search again today and it gave me a zone-zone4- for one but it didn't have a pic so I don't know if it is the right one.

RE: cha cha hume strut and flourish iris

Here's the link.

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