Re: REBLOOM: cause of mushy summer flowers?
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- Subject: Re: REBLOOM: cause of mushy summer flowers?
- From: "Robert L. Roberson" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 4 Oct 1997 21:29:16 -0600 (MDT)
My Immortality bloomed quite well considering heat and drought. I cut the
stalk after a week and took it in to enjoy the second week of blooms. My
irises have been grasshopper nibbled and spasmodically watered, but I'd give
Immortality 5 stars at this point.
Patricia Roberson, in Goldthwaite,TX, where it's still summer and they tease
us with forecasts of possible rain
Linda Mann wrote:
> At our ETIS meeting last week, a couple of the club members were talking
> about flower BUDS on IMMORTALITY turning to mush without even opening
> during the summer. Mine were not lasting long in the heat and drought
> and were a bit tattered from bug bites, but not mush. At least not
> until after they'd been open a while. They thought it was a result of
> heat, but it seems to me that mine would have been mush also if that
> were the case. We also wondered about insects or disease.
> Anybody have any ideas what might cause this?
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA