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Re: MDBs continued.

	Rick Tasco wrote:

>The only MDB's I know of that rebloom, and they rebloom here, are Ditto
>and Doozey.

	Since we have no *bearded* rebloom (have had both SIs and JIs
	rebloom here) and we have both Ditto and Doozey, I have a question
	about the quality of their rebloom.

	The reblooming Siberians and Japanese (or what I take to be rebloom)
	finds the bloomstalks shorter than the original bloomstalks. The
	MDBs are so short anyway, what do the rebloomers look like? Also, is
	the rebloom lessened? In other words, is there one reblooming bloom-
	stalk instead of five on each plant?



Ellen Gallagher	\ e_galla@moose.ncia.net \ Lancaster, New Hampshire,USA
  USDA Zone 3a \ Northern White Mountains\ AIS Region 1 {New England}


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