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Re: AB: PRO NEWS


Sharon McAllister wrote:
> 
> Steve Rocha wrote:
> 
> >       Pro News is blooming again after about a month off, and we were
> wondering
> >  if this qualifies as a "rebloomer" or is it just a late stalk?
> 
> A prolonged bloom season is
> fairly common in arilbreds, so I
> don't consider this true "rebloom".
> 
> But I'd like to hear the opinions
> of our rebloomer experts.
> 
> Sharon McAllister
> 73372.1745@compuserve.com


I think that repeat bloom, which I consider rebloom, is possible.  For
the third year in a row, Pink Betterment, Syrian Princess and Dawn
Caress will repeat bloom for me.  And not just one stalk.  I'm counting
multiples on all varieties.    

Rick Tasco
Superstition Iris Gardens
Central California
Zone 8





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