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AIS blog on Total Recall with pics

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 10, 11 at 18:10

Hi all,
I posted again on the AIS blog, this time about my best bloomer, Total Recall. If you get a minute, click on the link and have a look.

Here is a link that might be useful: AIS World of Irises

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RE: AIS blog on Total Recall with pics

Beautiful pictures, Renee. I will add Total Recall to my collection.

RE: AIS blog on Total Recall with pics

Nice photos, and I can't wait to see how my TR does. I received a different iris in my order that was supposed to be TR, but now that has been cleared up and the new rhizome is planted and growing. I'm not expecting it to rebloom, as I treat my iris to a dry summer, but I expect that is what keeps my rebloomers (that don't rebloom) alive in my short season area. Thanks for posting your photos. They are an inspiration!

RE: AIS blog on Total Recall with pics

Lovely! Always look forward to your posts!

RE: AIS blog on Total Recall with pics

Thanks you guys. aseedisapromise, your method of growing rebloomers where it is cold seems wise to me. I hear that many people cannot grow the rebloomers because they try to bloom then freeze, and that kills the plant.

Pondlily, Total Recall should do well for you. It does better for me in Sunset 19 than it does for my friend Riley up in Modesto, but he had a T. Recall raging good year last year.


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