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Re: Intro

> Gary Sides here.  Now Region 1 from Region 7 where I had spent my life.  
> Joined AIS back in 82 and got my first Bulletin with the Apr issue full 
> of rebloomers.  Saw Bernice Miller's ad with her garden bout 45 min away 
> and went down and saw (Oh this was in late Aug when I joined) a veritable 
> spring display the first week in October and I was hooked on rebloomers. 
    It sounds like you are really moving along with your reblooming babies.  I will 
be waiting for you to introduce some of these things as I am always on the lookout 
for new rebloomers.  Can't wait to hear more about your babies.

Dana Brown  Lubbock, Texas  Zone 7
Where the coldest it's ever been is -17 on 2/8/33 and the warmest it's 
ever been is 114 on 6/27/94.  Our average first freeze is November 3rd
and our average last freeze is April 9th.  Our growing season is @ 208 
days long with 164 of them clear.  

  • References:
    • Intro
      • From: Gary D Sides <gdsides@sacam.OREN.ORTN.EDU>

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