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REB: What Again! Again

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Rosalie informed me that I had been the first to report a rebloom of What
Again in Virginia.  Well, I am not sure, but perhaps this also makes me the
second person as well.  It was several weeks ago that What Again, a SDB had
sent up a couple of bloom stalks, each with a couple of flowers apiece.
Well, it has done it again, another two bloomstalks, with the first flower
blooming yesterday.  I will need more daylight to determine if there are any
more bloomstalks in the making, but, for now, it is two.

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