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Re: MTB's: rebloom


> Dave said: < Are there many MTB's that will rebloom?
>  I didn't know 
> there
> were any! >

--- Linda Bartell <llbartell@yahoo.com> wrote:
> According to the Winterberry Gardens catalog for
> 2003, all four 'DOODLES' are rebloomers in Zone 6: 
> SNICKERDOODLE, LUCY DOODLE (03), CLAIRE DOODLE, and
> EMMA DOODLE (nearly continuous bloom).  Also listed
> is ABRIDGED VERSION  and OZARK SKY(zone 9), and LADY
> EMMA (zone 4).

Lucy, Claire and Emma are tetraploid MTBs. Other
reblooming tetraploid MTBs include the Craig's Rave
Review and Smash. And in the diploid arena is Merit
and Keirith.

Sterling


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