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From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

>      Belvie Queen has a stalk coming up. I have not seen it bloom and
> know what to expect. If you have it's hybridizer and year of introduction
> height and discription , I would appreciate same.
>      Hope others are having some rebloom also.

     You will find BELVI QUEEN to be a good rebloomer for you.  Here is the

BELVI QUEEN  (Jensen, 1976)  TB  43 "  E & Re.  Standards cinnamon, edged
darker.  Falls white blaze on yellow inlay, maroon stitching around edge. 
Gold beard.  

     I hope you continue to get some good rebloom, although the drought
could supress it.  Also, I hope you get some rain soon.  I saw that picture
of Jacobson Lake on the Herald Leader Web Site.  It looked like it was
about to dry up.  

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.  

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