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Re: turkeys ,rebloomers

Yes I still grow oncers, some are so beautiful - besides I like to keep up 
with what is going on!  Every year I get some new ones,  but I have more 
rebloomers - and the new ones conmpare very favorably with the oncers, and 
the added bonujs of a longer season is so rewarding as you pointed out.  In 
my area, depending on the  whimsy of Mother Nature, I can have bloom from 
mid-March to nearly C'mas.  That is during a benign weather year - we usually 
have a bad freeze about the 2nd week of October, and then  summer returns and 
we have rebloom until Thanksgiving.. Our rebloom season  this peculiar year 
was over 6 weeks ago,  so I envy your good luck with rebloom now!   Happy 
holidays.  Rosalie nr Baltimore   zone 7 with threats of snow or sleet 
tonight, to melt away late morning!   ryfigge@aol.com

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