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Re: TB: Breakers

From: Billie Jones <billieljones@yahoo.com>

I was not aware that Breakers was a re-bloomer.  I have grown it for
about 4 years now and it has never re-bloomed for me.

Billie Lynn Jones
Grenada, MS
Zone 7/8

--- Char Randall <charandmike@email.msn.com> wrote:
> Anyone care to share any rebloom experience with
> Breakers in a hot, dry, windy, zone 5-6? The plants
> are so vigorous and healthy this 2nd year, I'm
> wondering what rebloom I might expect. There was
> none last year. Champagne Elegance has put up the
> first rebloom stalk this year. Sign of Leo was the
> earliest one last year. I do water the rebloomers.
> Thanks for any info.
> Char Randall
> Melba, ID 83641
> charandmike@msn.com

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