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Re: LA: fulvas

From: "Patrick O'Connor" <swamp@ix.netcom.com>

Dennis wrote:

>Can fulvas rebloom?  Is there a trick to getting them to do so?
Dennis, I can only say that in my experience in Louisiana, fulva has never
rebloomed for me.  I grew only a few, however, and I was not out and about
looking for blooms in the wild except in the Spring.  I guess it is
possible that they will rebloom, but I am unaware of it.

New Orleans

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