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Re: CULT:true rebloom?

Dear Sally,
     We are having a very warm Indian Summer. It has been almost 80 for the 
last few days. It has been in the upper 50's at night. Which has made the 
rebloomers last & is bringing on more. 
     Queen Dorothy has had 5 stalks at different times, & I kind of expect 
another clump in a different location to start blooming if this weather 
continues. Feedback had a beautiful stalk with many blooms. But the only one 
currently blooming is Lady Emma with 2 stalks of 4 blooms each. Also I felt a 
bulge in Buckwheat & am anticipating a stalk any day now.
     Annette Milch    In Lexington, KY, USA           TMilchh@aol.com

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