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Re: TB: (Re)Bloom report in Aus!!

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Hey Jan does that mean that SKY HOOKS and SILVERADO are really reblooming?
SKY HOOKS does rebloom for us but never SILVERADO,  you must be playing an
April fools joke on us all, right?
Mike Sutton
Very chilly zone 8/9 this morning  33 degrees
-----Original Message-----

>From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
>Hi all,
>What a wonderful morning it is here in Castlemaine, central Victoria,
>NOT ONLY THAT, (sorry if I'm yelling but this is just so incredibly
>exciting) but there are actually (can you believe this) buds forming on
>SKY HOOKS, and SILVERADO. I have had some strange rebloom over the past
>few months, but even I would not have expected to see bloom at this time
>of the year, on these two!!!
>BTW has anyone noticed
>how all my postings
>appear a day ahead
>of everyone elses,
>and it is in fact,
>already April
>here in Australia.

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