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Robert L. Roberson wrote:
> Me too!  IMMORTALITY is the only one of my rebloomers (planted last fall) to
> bloom so far.  It skipped the spring bloom and looked just awful while all
> the other new ones bloomed and increased rapidly.  I thought "Immortality,
> right!"  Once I quit watching, got busy with school, and didn't do anything
> right for it (hot, dry, behind on fertilizing), it took off.  Three
> beautiful blossoms open now and buds still coming on.  Yes, I have
> apologized to the plant for my earlier misgivings and wish I had a bed full
> Patricia Roberson in Goldthwaite, Texas, where a bit of cool weather and
> rain would be most appreciated
> patrob@centex.net
>Is this normal for IMMORTALITY?  I planted ours in February and 
understand it may take a year or so to settle in. But I won't rule out 
the possibility that it may decide to bloom later this Fall, especially 
if I keep it watered!  Long live IMMORTALITY!

Barb Johnson
Southwest Missouri Ozarks     USDA Zone 5b     AIS Region 18 (MO & KS)

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