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TB: lotsa' bloom

Well, my garden is sort of in full bloom right now.  At least, major parts of
it are; some areas/cultivars seem to be behind.

Although I lke Louisa's Song better than it's child Racing Heart, RH now has
two stalks nearly 4-ft. tall, which a couple of days ago combined for nine
open buds.
Keppel's Teamwork is new in my garden; I like it.
Wintry Sky probably opened today; I'll check it out in the morning.
Double Click and the oldie Afternoon Delight are puttin' on quite a show.
Another oldie Larry Gaulter is just starting.
Skipalong is in heavy bloom.
Stage Lights (the healthiest luminata I know) is just starting.
Double Dribble is incredible.  A big ball of bluish purple up  at the top of
the hill.

Not much in the seedling beds yet; hope they are just late.  The Honky Tonk
Blues x Cystal Dreams seedlind is putting up a stalk.  Could be interesting.
Still can't figure why the enormous fans from one HTB x LG seedling haven't
shown a definite stalk yet.

This is just a sampling.  I walked out the other day and wandered through the
garden and didn't make a single cross.  I just wanted to appreciate it all
looking so beautiful.  "Work" would have spoiled the moment.

John Reeds, in 9b San Juan Capistrano, CAGet more from the Web.  FREE MSN
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