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REB: Rebloom in Ottawa

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Somewhat of a surprise actually, the rebloom is in a completely new bed
just a couple of weeks after transplanting.

More of a surprise:  This is the earliest we have ever had rebloom - by
at least a month.

1.) Forever Blue (Chapman '97) is almost an everbloomer for others, but
for us it only rebloomed in November last year (when we normally have
heavy snow).

2.) Precious Little Pink is a reliable rebloomer for most.  It's the
second consecutive year for us.


Sandy Ives in Ottawa (z4ish)

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