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CULT: TB: REB: Garden Club Delight

Thanks Rosalie - is it 'usually' a once in the fall rebloomer or does it
sometimes bloom in the summer?  I snagged a start of it for myself out
of one of our club orders & am wondering whether to try to put it where
it might get enough water to bloom in the summer when conditions are
right, or just put it out in the gravel where HARVEST OF MEMORIES
fluourishes with copious fall bloom.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

> Linda, GARDEN CLUB DELIGHT is a delight  - and it is a rebloomer and should 
> do so for you.  As to WHEN it blooms - this year has been so mixed up, you 
> can;t  find a norm!      Rosalie nr Baltimore USA  zone 7 where it is 
> supposed to be dry enough to ppoant for a change.  ryfigge@aol.com

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