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Re: Bloom report

From: ItsRoTalk@aol.com

My flowers are starting to really get going now! I had 3 new ones open today. 
RADIANT ANGEL, which bloomed last October, was one. AZTEC AFFLUENCE also had 
a bloom on an extremely tall stalk. And ESTHER THE QUEEN opened a flower 
today on each of it's two stalks. Very pretty!
 SILENT TEARS is still going strong! It has 9 blooms open right now on 5 
stalks. I've also noticed that the bud on the tip of each stalk is double 
socketed. Is this normal?? It makes for a nice display but it's kind of hard 
to see the individual flower when they are both open at the same time. Can't 
tell where one starts and the other ends. Oh well, they're still beautiful!

Joni in Ga
zone 7b
AIS, HIPS, GIS and the check's in the mail for RIS and TBIS!!
Praying for the families in Littleton! So terribly sad.  

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