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CULT:CAT:Occasional Summer Bloom

Linda and Betty,

I note in the 2005 Keith Keppel catalog that FLORENTINE SILK, a child of
(Crystal Gazer sib X Poem of Ecstasy) Keith says, "On sporadic (and for us,
unpredictable) summer rebloom...." and goes on to describe a difference in how
the colors are distributed in the fall petal.

I haven't checked the USDA map, but I assume the Willamette Valley is either
zone 7 (7b?) or 8.

This may be a variety you might want to consider entering into the work you
are presently revising.

Neil Mogensen  z 7  western NC mountains

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