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Re: siberians -Reprise

In a message dated 97-02-21 18:44:14 EST, Kathy Marble wrote:

<< I'm don't know if you would term it "preferential repeat bloom", or
 "continuous bloom" but my experience with Reprise (two established clumps)
 is that it sent up new bloom stalks before the first rush finished.  In
 fact, Reprise bloomed for me 6/13/95-7/28/95 and 6/2/96-7/23/96. >>

That sort of performance is what Currier calls "preferential repeat bloom".
 Clarence Mahan in VA

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