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RE: AB sdlg

"FRANCELLE EDWARDS" <fjmjedwards@worldnet.att.net> wrote:

>My Arilbreds are just about through now.  I have just two weeks of bloom
>from them and they're gone.  That's a complaint I have against
>Francelle Edwards  Glendale, AZ  Zone 9

That surprises me, because I'd expect a much longer season in AZ.  Does your 
heat end the bloom prematurely?  That's the problem I have with TBs, and 
sometimes even the latest of the arilbreds.  

Or do you grow just one type?  My season started over 2 weeks ago.  The 
3/4-breds are now approaching peak bloom and a few 1/2-breds have bloomed, 
but only one 1/4-bred has opened so far. Here, arilbred bloom usually peaks 
between April 10th and 20th -- but I expect another month to 6 weeks of 
arilbred bloom.  

BTW, the longest arilbred season I had started on March 16 and ended June 1. 
Yes, I'm a compulsive statistician.

Sharon McAllister

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