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Re: Reblooming Check List

  • Subject: Re: Reblooming Check List
  • From: RYFigge@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 14 Feb 1999 11:26:47 EST

From: RYFigge@aol.com

Mike that is one of the many possible considerations that are being thought
about whenr this edition is going to need reprinting.  It is true that some of
the hynbridizers wanted the reports in for their use, and that can be helpful
Another idea I had was to segregate in a separate area the rebloom reports
from overseas - also that might generate more reports from overseas!  And I
think a list of current gardens and living hybridizers would be good ---only
that can be so ephemeral.  "We" are accumulating the constructive ideas for
the future ----thanks for the past, present, and future ideas!  Rosalie nr
Baltimore        also the President of RIS for a few more months!     zone 7

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