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CULT: terminal blooming

so, when  y'all are talking about a good show stalk having a terminal bloom
and a second bloom on down the stalk you are talking about the terminal at
the tallest part of the stalk right?

Jesse's Song is not on that page.  Her second stalk has bloomed on the
branch with the top terminal not yet open.  If it opens by morning it will
be a full 24 hours behind the branch bloom.   Is this a typical bloom
pattern for Jesse?

The first stalk is now glorious with three blooms (cripes they are big
blooms) at three different heights.


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