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CULT: weather and rebloom

Very curious weather we're having here.  Refreshingly cool breezes, but high
humidity and brilliant sun!  The nights, however, have been great, even down
into the 50s once or twice.  So, what will this mean for fall rebloom?

As for summer bloom, the rash of maiden blooms in July and August appears to
be over.  At the moment, there is one named variety which has had multi-budded
stalks up for more than a month, but seems not to be going anywhere  --
perhaps a result of the change from very wet to pretty dry?  Maybe time to
water.  --  Griff

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