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REB: bloom report

In the gravel rows at the house:
VIOLET MUSIC is still blooming, struggling with the heat.  One deformed
(missing standard, extra fall, twisted) bloom open on SUMMER WHITEWINGS,
but lots more buds to go plus two more stalks.

On the ridgetop in clay:
SIGN OF LEO (no pollen, drat) has a couple of stalks.  IMMORTALITY has
at least one stalk just showing in the fan - probably will be quite a
few more.

Chipping away at all the tangles of fallen trees from the storm 11 days
ago that are blocking the road to the ridgetop....thank goodness for the
cooler temps and lower humidity this week.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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