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rebloom on douglasiana

Linda Stirling here from Camas, Washington. I'm on the newer side of
hybridizing and just had re-bloom on a douglasiana cross I made three years
ago. This particular seedling has the appearance of many of the wild
douglasianas that are in our area, so no great inroads appearance-wise, just
the re-bloom makes it different--at least for me. Six buds are ready to pop on
this small plant. (Nearly as many as first bloom.) Has anyone else experienced
re-bloom on dougs? I'd appreciate hearing from you if you have.
Thanks in advance for any input.
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