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Re: Dykes Rebloomers

> In a message dated 8/2/00 5:28:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
> suttons@lightspeed.net writes:
> << VICTORIA FALLS reblooms and it won the Dykes. 
>  Mike  >>
> Maybe in California--not in Ohio.
> Dorothy Willott
> I have had several fall stalks on VF.

		BEVERLY SILLS used to rebloom for me off and on in 
Texas until about July1, and then she shut down and never 
rebloomed in the fall.  In MS, BS struggles to make a spring 
bloom, and for that reason, I do not grow her anymore.  Poor 
EDITH WOLFORD is going out, too.  As much as I love the person, 
I cannot allot space for non-bloomers.  I don't think EW has 
bloomed in five years in my garden.  But, her famous child STH, is 
just fantastic and never misses a spring.  Does STH rebloom 

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS 7/8 USA (When I first saw the STH abbreviation 
yesterday, I was thinking of 'fifth,' but not a fifth of J.D.!)

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