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Re: CULT: multiple bloom per rhizome

I just discovered that the red-bearded yellow seedling that otherwise is
quite nice with stalks that fell last year is also blooming on side
stalks.  So your observation applies to this one as well.

Most of the multi-stalked Schreiner bloomers last year didn't have that
problem, although one of the 3 stalks on SEAKIST did fall.

Must be they don't always have enough root system to hold themselves
up.  Good observation.  Thanks.

Janet N in SC said:
<the side stalks are very much thinner
                   and are blowing over in some cases, not always a good
thing.  >

Taking lots of pollen breaks today to escape the allergies, wondering if
it really is going to frost....
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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