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Re: CULT:Gardening Advice

In my garden, bearded begin in late March - usually   - but of course those 
people don't know about  the SDBs usually and are talking about the TBs - and 
I have them in bloom  at least mid-May because the rebloom,ers are earlier 
than the oncers!  It is the Japanese that bloom  in June - oh, well -- their 
ignorance is their bliss, since it isn't ours.  Rosalie nr Baltimore  zone 7 
still freezing, but thankfully the snow skipped us   ryfigge@aol.com

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