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Re: New member Claire

Lloyd -- is there a technical difference between "rebloom all year long"
and "continuously blooming", that is, throws bloomstalks all the time 
withut a period of rest?  Or is this a condition of climate?  Do CVS that
rebloom in the north continuously bloom in places like Isle of Palms (
or some other non-fictional paradise)?

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY
Lloyd had said:

 Isle of Palms sounds like paradise, - rebloom all year long. You do get the
beardeds to grow and rebloom all year long??? I tried beardeds in Florida,
and they died within two years. Lloyd Z.  Durham NC  Zone 7.5

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