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John, we grow S. T. and it is a great rebloomer, it almost always has at
least one bloom that is 4 +4 so we know that is one of its
characteristics and I would judge it that way.  In checking the R&I, Joe
Ghio mentions that it  "often with extra petals".  Should we be
influenced or not?  I think that is what makes judging so great a
lesson, since we all read the rule book differently.  lorraine in
Modesto CA.

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