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Re: REB: survivors and deaths


From: Tmilchh@aol.com

Thanks for the report, Linda.
     Feedback has one more stalk, it's third on a one year old clump with 2
rhysomes started last Fall [the first stalk had 10 blooms, the second stalk
had 6, and the third stalk has 6, so far].
     Belvie Queen has 4 stalks, 2 with 10 buds each and 2 more stalks
emerging.
[also on a one year old clump started last Fall from 2 rhysomes]
     Polar King has one stalk with 5 or 6 buds.
     Thank you, Mark Cook.

     Annette Milch     Zone 5   Lexington, Kentucky      TMilchh@aol.com

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