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HYB: update on rebloom siblings
  • Subject: HYB: update on rebloom siblings
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 15:19:37 -0400

Given the record heat and drought this summer, it may still be too soon to say what percentage of the HARVEST OF MEMORIES X RENOWN cross are 'summer' rebloomers, but at least I can say for sure that:

3 of the 13 surviving first year germinants are reliable rebloomers. Some maiden bloomed their first fall and did not bloom last fall or this fall, but these 3 bloomed all 3 years. The first year, one of these 3 fall bloomed early, then sent up another stalk later.

2 of the 8 surviving second year germinants are blooming - one last month (a summer?), the other just starting to show color. Maiden bloom was this spring, no bloom on any of them their first fall.

So, to summarize, 3/13 first year germinants that have survived are rebloomers; 2/8 of second year germinants are rebloomers. Not positive, but it looks like only one has the capability to initiate stalks early enough to avoid fall freeze.

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7

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