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Bloom Sequence--long

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> From: Jan Clark <janclarx@hotmail.com> >I think we are all jealous Mark! have you kept a record of what types
 >bloomed when, and for how long. It would be interesting to see your
 >bloom 'season' mapped out.

     The Basic bloom season was as follows:  
January; Camellia, Hardy Begonia, New Zealand Tea, Carissa, Penta, 
African Iris, Carolina Jasmine.  
February; Camellia, Azalea, Carolina Jasmine, New Zealand Tea, TB Iris 
[survival still uncertain], African Iris, Penta, Carissa, Penta, Hardy 
Begonia, Neomarica.  
March;  Louisiana Iris, Iris virginica, Neomarica Oleander, African 
Iris, Penta, Camellia, Azalea, Rose, Hardy Begonia, New Zealand Tea, 
Penta, Carissa, Daylilies, Fringe Tree.  
April; Azalea,  Agapanthus, Daylilies, Penta, Oleander, Tiger Eye Iris, 
Lantana, Neomarica, Crape Myrtle, Fringe Tree, Hibiscus, Rose, African 
Iris, Confederate Jasmine, Mexican Petunia, Iris tridentata, Purple 
 May; Rose, African Iris, Tiger Eye Iris, Mexican Petunia, Hibiscus, 
Rose, Crape Myrtle, Purple Heart, Daylilies, Hardy Begonia Oleander, 
Dayflower, Penta,Lantana, Canna. 
 June:  African Iris, Purple Heart, Dayflower, Tiger Eye Iris, 
Blackberry Lily, Crape Myrtle, Hibiscus, Oleander, Daylilies, Cannas, 
Lantana, Purple Heart, Penta, Rose. 
July; Purple Heart, Dayflower,Daylilies, Hardy Begonia, Hibiscus, Canna, 
Penta, Gingers, Blackberry Lily, Tiger Eye Iris, African Iris, Oleander, 
Crape Myrtle, Hardy Begonia, Lantana.
 August:  Daylilies, Tiger Eye Iris, African Iris, Crape Myrtle, Hardy 
Begonia,Lantana, Oleander, Hibiscus, Blackberry Lily, Canna, Gingers, 
Hardy Begonia, Penta Purple Heart, Dayflower. 
September,  Tiger Eye Iris, Hardy Begonia, Penta. African Iris, Lantana, 
Hibiscus, Oleander, Canna, Gingers, Purple Heart, Daylflower, Blackberry 
Lily, Native Liatris, Crape Myrtle. 
 October;  Daylilies, Cannas, Gingers, Lantana, Hardy Begonia, Purple 
Heart, Dayflower, native Liatris, Crape Myrtle, Oleander, Tiger Eye 
Iris, Blackberry Lily, African Iris,Penta. 
November;  Tiger Eye Iris, African Iris, Lantana, Purple Heart, Penta, 
Dayflower, Oleander, Hibiscus, Rose, Hardy Begonia,, native Liatris, 
Canna, Gingers. 
 December;  Hibiscus, Tiger Eye Iris, African Iris, Purple Heart, Penta, 
Camellia, New Zealand Tea, Carissa, Canna, Oleander, Rose, Hardy 
Begonia, Hibiscus, Carolina Jasmine, Cassia.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.

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