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RE: Rebloom

Linda, at least you're getting some rebloom--nothing here at all.  I keep 
thinking it's because it's been too hot too long (which makes no sense from 
the rebloom angle at all, but to my overheated body, it sure does), and now 
it's probably going to freeze before anything can get a bloom together.  In 
fact, I started getting my first ripe tomatoes last week--don't laugh--which 
is a sure sign frosts are imminent.

Barb in Santa Fe, thinking that Branko Novik's temperature range of 5 to 20 
degrees C sounds like something I could live with.  Wonder what Slovenia is 

From: 	iris-l@rt66.com on behalf of Linda Mann
Sent: 	Thursday, October 02, 1997 11:32 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	Rebloom

LO HO SILVER, planted in August, is definitely pregnant.  Three clumps
of HARVEST OF MEMORIES racing against the calendar.  QUEEN DOROTHY,
IMMORTALITY still blooming and a nice stalk on GOLDEN ENCORE that may
not make it.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
40o F last night - next front will frost probably

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