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Hi All,

That red seedling that escaped the shove by putting up a rebloom stalk just 
opened it's first bloom.  It has very large blooms, and I counted 9 buds this 
morning.  Add in the 3 or 4 the cricket got and we've a total of 12 plus 
blooms.  Could even be some secondary buds not big enough to count.  

Strangely enough, it's not quite as ugly as I remembered!  LOL !  Another 
case where it wasn't a good idea to throw them away at first bloom.  Still, 
another step toward red rebloomers. Cheers!

Betty / Bowling Green KY USA (Where the weather gives us something to 
complain about when we can find nothing better) zone 6

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