I saw some of the same thing - as if they were hanging on just waiting
for a particularly bad year to bloom. Best example is METROPOLITAN - a
tough oldie that I've had about as long as I've had any 'modern'
cultivars (70s?), that only blooms now and then.
But I don't dig and reset.
> but I saw bloom on rhizomes that hadn't produced any since '04 or '05.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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