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RE: Re: HYB: REB: Report

Not much action for me in central NM.  I think the heat is holding them
back.  I usually don't see much reploom until September anyway.  However,
'Frequent Flyer' had a few more flowers open yesterday.  It seems to be
almost a continuous bloomer, so I'm not sure whether to say it is the
second rebloom of the season, or just the end of the first rebloom.  I had
two clumps of 'Eleanor Roosevelt' that flowered heavily last year during
summer and on into winter, and they skipped the spring bloom this year.  I
expect they'll start in again before too long, but I don't see any stalks


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