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HYB:CULT:Maiden variability-stalk counts


I'm dying of anticipation for my taped together seedling to bloom, and it's refusing to push stalks up.  Jesse's Song hasn't even opened yet... so it feels positively torturous!
   
  But!  There are at least four fat fans, two of which you can actually feel a round stalk in... so there'll be some pollen to spread around.   But I got to wondering.  
   
  There's all this talk about how much maiden bloom may differ from what you see from what the plant produces once it is a mature established clump.   Does anyone have any thoughts or observations on how much variation there might be between different stalks on a maiden bloom clump?  Or if a maiden bloom which consists of more than one stalk is a more/less reliable indicator of later season's bloom?
   
  Christian
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