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REB: Cricket Song MTB

  • Subject: REB: Cricket Song MTB
  • From: thomas silvers <tesilvers@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2009 08:07:49 -0700 (PDT)


Well, I thought after all the repeat stalks through June and July and the very dry August and September, that I wouldn't get to see any fall blooms this year. I was wrong!

Here's CRICKET SONG having hardly grown at all since the bad haircut I gave it about a month ago. In spite of that, it's still sending up a stalk that should open tomorrow maybe.

It didn't rebloom in 2005, which was its maiden bloom. I dug and replanted the seedling in the Fall of 2006 because it was reblooming. This is all of the original whole clump of this seedling that has bloomed Spring and Fall for four years straight now (2006 - 2009). This year, it also repeated for nearly two months more after blooming through May for it's first flush.


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