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Re: Summer Rebloom Trigers

As far as I can tell, the flower bud differentiation occurs at the same time as the trigger for the growth of the increases between leaves.

It would appear that the maturity of the fan determines if it reblooms or not. Some observations from garden

Pure As Gold flower stalk on fan with 10 leaves, not on fan with 9 leaves
Again and Again stalks of fans with 10 leaves not on fans with 9 leaves
Dorcus Lives Again stalks on fans with 11 leaves , not on fan with 10 leaves
Red Revival stalks on fans with 11 leaves not on fans with 10 leaves
Queen Dorothy stalks on fans with 10 or 9 leaves , not on fans with 8 leaves

At the same time I have Daughter of Stars with fan of 12 leaves, no rebloom. Cry Baby with fan of 10 leaves and all sorts of daughter plants growing between leaves in fans, but no flower stalk. Lotic reports rebloom on Cry Baby in his garden, perhaps a difference in hours of sunlight.

Chuck Chapman

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