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Re: Spring Bloom

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

Hi Cindy,
Possibly a rebloom stalk on Bonus Mama.  We have stalks and rebloom stalks
every month of the year here (unless a freeze happens).  We used to classify
Feb. and March TB bloomstalks as early spring bloom, but then I got to
thinking about it and the only TBs that bloom in those months are
rebloomers.  So now I just classify them as rebloom.
-----Original Message-----

>From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>
>I sure don't know what is going on here this year.  Another TB, this time
>BONUS MAMA has a tall, straight stalk up!  I have never had any TB bloom
>this early in 10 years, let alone three of them!  BLUE ARTS is showing
>color, as is ANDROMACHE.  Tons of MDBs and SDBs blooming; may get some
>as well as some arilbred medians.  Anyone else in Region 18 getting TB
>bloom?  ANXIOUS and CALL RIPLEYS are in a protected part of the garden, but
>BONUS MAMA is certainly not.
>Cindy Rust, Zone 5b, Missouri

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