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Re: OT:Rebloomers

  • Subject: Re: OT:Rebloomers
  • From: RYFigge@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 17:39:57 EST

From: RYFigge@aol.com

The clue you gave, John, about the rebloomers that do sort of perform for you
is very clear.  You need to order from the East Coast and their rebloomers
that "grew up" under adverse conditions.  Nearly anything can rebloom on the
West Coast - and some research needs to be done as to whether they are more
tender - or whether it depends on the genes of the parentages from a way back
to adam and eve!   How about  doing some  hybridizing -- both Earl Hall and
the Jensens  do/did get results   Rosalie nr Baltimore   zone 7

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