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RE: TB Secret Service, Jesse's Song

SECRET SERVICE has survived the winter and last 
year's terrible rains which dumped seven inches 
of rain on us all the while staying hot and 

The huge rhizome I received is going strong.  
It hasn't put up bloom stalks yet, but then 
that makes me happy.  I've taken to encouring 
them all just to pretty please wait to bloom 
until after I get back from the convention.   
It looked sure that I would be missing peak 
bloom, but we have had so many storms this week 
that things are slowing down.

As a note, JESSE'S SONG survived near tornado 
conditions at full bloom and not a single stalk 
came down.  A little tattered, but still 

This week can go by soon enough for me.  I 
can't wait to see everybody at the convention!

Robin Shadlow
Zone 5 NE

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