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Re: Where is everybody?

On Mon, 13 Oct 1997, Dorothy A. Fingerhood wrote:

> Gorgeous day in upstate NY -- IMMORTALITY  blooming away, having weathered
> a couple of hard frosts while in bud, and QUEEN DOROTHY with a stalk up--but
> I don't thing she's gonna make it this year. Dorothy Fingerhood
> daf10@cornell.edu (Newfield, NY) 

Dorothy, I've got a rebloomer that has a couple of healthy fans
that look as if they are going to produce bloomstalks. Is there any
way that I could persuade the fans to postpone blooming until next
year? Would cutting the fans to 6" help? etc. I don't know which
rebloomer it is and won't know until it flowers because I forgot to
label things when I was planting them. We've had a really wonderful
mild fall with no frosts so far but I am expecting one any day now.

Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca>
Zone 4 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada 
AIS, CIS, SIGNA, IRIS-L, Canadian Wildflower Soc.

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