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streetlight and rebloomers


On Thu, 25 Jul 1996, Chad Schroter wrote:
      On another topic I read an article in our local paper by Bill Maryott in
> which he seemed to suggest that rebloom may be enhanced by the presence of 
> streetlights nearby. I assume this means that blooming is partially
>controlled by daylength, and perhaps I should plant iris near my >
>outdoor lights. :-)

	Our only Siberian rebloomer sits right under the streetlight at the
	edge of our front yard! ILLINI ENCORE bloomed today.....
	
	Ellen Gallagher   e_galla@moose.ncia.net





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