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Re: bloom reports; season ending in NM

I feel for you Dave.

Many of my intentional crosses didn't take.  I think there may be two bee
pods in my own garden.   My next door neighbor on the other hand has a clump
of an unknown white self that put on 8 very fat bee pods.  I have to get
over there and tell him not to cut them down.  I have a chance, since he
recently broke both his arms.

Last year the neighbor around the corner had a bunch of pods.  I could see
them as I drove by, but there were so many of them that I didn't believe
they were pods, I kept waiting for them to bloom into tiger lilies or


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