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Re: rebloom/bloom?

From: ItsRoTalk@aol.com

In a message dated 12/15/98 8:45:50 PM Eastern Standard Time,
merrilyann@erols.com writes:

 We have also had some cherry blossoms come out, though the horticulturalist
 in charge of keeping DC cherries alive for tourism assured his TV audience
 that the trees were in fact dormant and that these few blossoms wouldn't
 affect spring bloom. >>

It's been in the low 50's here all week, after being 85 last week! I still
have stalks in full flower and several who are trying very hard to get there!!
I just wanted to say that there is a house down the street from me that has a
cherry tree in full bloom! It's just amazing to look at. My cherries are a
different variety and are completely naked, but that one tree is so pretty.
Seems so strange in December.

Joni in Ga.

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