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Re: Re: TB: Vigorous Summer Growth Question

I have read that aphylla is dormaqnt in the winter and grows all summer.  At the other extreme, some like Trojana grows all winter and is dormant all summer.
  This came up in a discussion of the source of rebloom.  It was specualted that the cross of species that bloom near the end of their growing season with species that bloom aat the start of the growing season, segregated out some that bloomed at both the beginning and the end of their growing season.
  That explaination for the origion of rebloom is highly questionable.  But if it is true that the northern European aphylla and the Mediteranian species do have opposite growing seasons, it seems normal that there would be great variation in their reaction to summer and winter.
  But perhaps my memory and/or sourses are faulty.
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