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TB: Innocent Star in the North

>Innocent Star has always been a very early rebloomer here, often times
>reblooming in May through August.  (yes May is rebloom for us).  I was
>hoping that a couple of the earlier rebloomers would produce some plants
>that will rebloom for even the coldest climates.


I was hoping the same thing when I acquired INNOCENT STAR in '00.  I 
started out with two big, beautiful rzs planted in different beds.  Both 
made it through their first winter with no problem.  Only one clump 
remained after the second winter ('01-'02) which was severely cold with 
almost no snow cover. This spring, after another frigid, virtually 
snowless winter, IS exists no more in my garden.  It never did bloom here.

I would suggest that early reblooming is only one important factor in 
creating cold*est*-climate rebloomers.  The other is coming up with 
plants that can shrug off the climatic variables inherent in the cold 

Keep trying, please!


USDA zone 3b, AHS zone 4 - northern MN
acidic clay soil

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