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Re: Gentle Rain



Rick, you said:

 One of the attributes we like the
most is its'   L  O  N  G    bloom period.  No, it doesn't rebloom or
repeat bloom for us, and it doesn't have an extraordinary amount of
blossoms per stalk, but it just seems to bloom and bloom and bloom and
last forever.

It's isn't real early for us per se, but once it starts to bloom, it
does so for weeks and weeks it seems like!! 
***********

to what do you attribut the long period of bloom? substance so the blossom
lasts more than a day, or huge bud count??

I had Innerest's Sterling Prince bloom a long time one year, it was the
first one out and the last one to go.  Extraordinary bud count, great
branching.

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY where the city had a 12 to 16 inch snowfall
yesterday -- most of the season!


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