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Re: Re: REB: rebloom

  • Subject: Re: Re: REB: rebloom
  • From: "El Hutchison" <eleanore@mts.net>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 08:32:44 -0500

Autumn Jester reblooms here, usually in Sept. It rebloomed here yesterday, the only late rebloomer here so far this year, so it was extra welcome.

El, near Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can Z3

----- Original Message ----- From: <irischapman@aim.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2009 12:33 PM
Subject: [iris] Re: REB: rebloom


Hi Loic,

What sort of rebloom have you had on Autumn Jester?

For the last couple of years it has done clump rebloom and continued this way from early summer (started here in late June this year) and continues thius way for some time. Last year it slowed down from clump to individual stalks. Still I can find lots of pieces to dig for shipping.

So far I have had Autumn Jester, Forever Blue, Summer Recall and finally a stalk starting on Queen Dorothy. We have had a very cool summer, so I had seveaal periods of min temperature of 15C for three days, shich seems to be enough of a trigger for Queen Dorothy, but not the 6 days in a row needed for the other summer rebloomers.

Have had 7 SDB seedlings from Forever Blue et ilk, that have bloomed without having had a winter, so will have to wait to see what this means. But ther are many siblings and others that are mature enough but have not done the same thing(about 500 or so). So it just may mean something.

Chuck Chapman

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