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Feb 5, 2012 9:02 AM CST
Name: Katherine Howe
Raytown(Kansas City) MO

That sounds like a promising cross. We want to see what that produces. It is so good of you to share with us.

This year when(and if) they bloom I will certainly make sure to take advantage of every Fogbound bloom I can. In coming to realize this about Fogbound, I am looking at some of my other iris with new eyes.

I will be buying fewer cultivars this year and appreciating the ones I already have. When my mind thinks of all the effort hybridizers have put into what is planted in my beds it is mind boggling.

Now I have to find a great spot for the seedlings that are in greater number with each day as they are emerging in the pots I have started them in. *Blush*

The mysteries of the garden are so exciting and winter isn't such a drag when these little sprouts are taller with each day.


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