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There have been reports in the past that IMMORTALITY  took a long time to 
decide to favor a garden with bloom  -- I think one person said she had it 5 
years and then it tooki off and bloomed  all the time every year ---- the thought 
was that it took awhile to become oriented!
I know that is  a long time to give garden space to a laggard!  There must be 
a reward at the end!  Rosalie nr Baltimore, Md., USA  zone 7 ( although more 
like 1 right now!)  ryfigge@aol.com

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