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RE:HYB: Garden Value


I stood here all week last week while Jesse's Song was in full bloom trying
to decide whether I liked her or not.  I like her form, I love that she
clumped up so nicely, though I would have preferred a first year bloom.  I
thought her stalks were nice and strong, but I was hesitant about the sheer
number and mass of blooms on each stalk.  I wondered if the stalks could
bear it if the weather got a little bad.

We got a nasty storm Sun pm/ Mon, as did you, and three out of four stalks
of Jesse's Song were on the ground in the morning.  Seems to me like you're
on the right track to want to improve storm hardiness.  As for me I think
I'll trust my gut a little more next time.


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