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Re: Reblooming in North Carolina

The most striking rebloom here is on two clumplets of LOW HO SILVER , that
were set out about  ten weeks ago. The remaining  part of the old planting is
without bloom.  Parentage on this variety is Hody Do X Baby Blessed.  I have
not used this variety aas a parent, but bred to SDB's with Space-Age genes,
some reblooming SA SDB's might result?  NORTHWARD HO has an excellent flower
open. There was a lovely plicata, mostly white, three weeks ago from CLARENCE
 and a N HO seedling. Also have a yellow & white open from CLARENCE X AMANDA
ERIN>  . SUMMER HOLIDAYS  bloomed ten days ago, a small flower in
violet-blue, but very clean. Hope to tell you something exciting next week
after I get back from Canada.  Lloyd Zurbrigg, Durham, North Carolina,  Cool
but no frost yet.

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