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Re: HYB: REB: asking again - heredity of rebloom traits

From: "wmoores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

 I would not use West-Coast rebloomers, unless
> they had shown in your own garden that they have enough hardiness for your
> climate.  Lloyd Z in Durham NC where we have had a little rain at last.
	Sage advice from one of the masters.  I had the hardiness problem when I
used Tom Craig rebloomers (San Diego area).  They seemed to do all right in Texas, but when I
moved to Mississippi, sensitivity to cold showed them to be quite 
tender.  I think this goes for rebloomers bred in coastal areas.  
Those bred farther inland  (Melrose - Stockton) seem to be less 

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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