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REB: and growth habit

Linda, Betty, and other rebloom enthsiasts/ experts,

I have not yet experienced any rebloom in my garden, and only have a few
varieties with the reputation.  I was wondering, if rebloomers by definition
have to have very aggressive growth habits.

If it is true that each fan puts up only one bloom stalk, blooms and then
essentially dies off, then is it also true that in order to rebloom a cv
must also increase agressively.  Not only does it need to increase enough to
set bloom the following year, but also enough to set bloom for the second
(third, fourth, etc.) time in a season.

Am I understanding this correctly or is there something magical about a
rebloomer that I don't know?


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