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Re: Spring Bloom ahead of schedule

Arizona experienced the warmest March on record this year.  Some things are 
blooming a week or two ahead of schedule, but many seem to be waiting.  I had 
my very first LA (STRANGE ROMANCE) bloom open this morning and the Spuria ELFIN 
SUNSHINE opened two days ago.  Lots of early stalks on the LAs.  The VE TB's 
and ABs are in bloom.  It seems that many of the TBs must be more sensitive to 
hours of daylight than temperature, because the majority don't seem to be in 
a hurry.
Kathy Chilton
Tucson, AZ

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