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Re: Re: Genetic vs Swings in temp, moisture, and exposure

Donald says 'Course, I'll blame just about anything on the weather...
I have never had anything but tall straight TBs in my garden with the
exception of Victoria Falls occasionally leaning one way or the other due to
wind. This year I am seeing several wierd things.
1st, some of them look like swans! I think I've read the term "goose
necking"...is that different than Donald's "snaking"?
2nd, some buds that were swelling when cold came through stayed very small
and look like they are covered with onion skin...will they open?
3rd, the  named TBs are opening in a different time order than in previous
Just do not know what to expect this season...Some are really showing off,
lots of blooms on lots of stalks... Guess I will take whatever comes...huh,
lots more weeds too, been busy getting rid of those. Wondering how my
daylilies will be responding to the weather this season...

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