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Orange rebloomers

When I bought Feu Du Ciel, I bought it because it was a very lurid orange for my orange reblooming programme, but I didn't realise that it also reblooms. Blooms are rather frost tender but it has rebloomed almost every early winter. It's form isn't great but it has great colour and vigor. When crossed with something with good form it gives nice results.
Photos of FdC and FdC x Holy Fire, consistent autumn rebloom. This shot looks a little transluscent because it had been zapped by a frost while opening.
Colleen Modra
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