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Irises and Crocuses

 
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Hey guys! I was wondering if any of you knew if irises and crocuses would bloom, or would still be in bloom at the same time. I know crocuses bloom really early, and that irises bloom a little later. So would the crocuses still be around by the time that the irises bloom? Or would they be long gone?
 
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