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Re: Re: TB: Autumn Tryst

>I wondered how it behaved for other folks. 

AUTUMN TRYST hates it here, but not quite enough to die altogether.  I've 
been growing it for 4-5 yrs with nary a bloom and barely any increase.  I 
hate to give it up until I've had a chance to see and photograph its 
bloom, but it's really working my nerves.

BTW, BEVERLY SILLS has an identical track record here so far, but after 
renovating the beds last year, I *finally* have bloomstalks coming on two 
of the divisions I replanted.


USDA zone 3b, AHS zone 4 - northern MN
normal annual precipitation 26-27"
slightly acid clay soil

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