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TB: Oh Jamaica

Hi, all,

My first real rebloom!  (Have had some bloom in fall, but hadn't in 
spring.)  I didn't even know Oh Jamaica was supposed to be a 
rebloomer.  This is its second year, and it didn't bloom its first, 
but it bloomed gorgeously this spring -- even set a pod -- and now 
there's a new fat bud on a new stalk.  Can't wait to see it.  I'd 
love to use the pollen I've gathered from my first-fall-blooming My 
Friend Jonathan (tons of pollen, which I've frozen), but I'm sure the 
pod wouldn't survive winter.  Would it?

Patricia Brooks
Whidbey Island, WA, zone 8-9

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