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I've just realized -don't know why it took me so long - that my large
old clump of Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning light' isn't blooming this 
year.  I wonder if it's the miserable weather we've had this summer,
or if it's been too long since I divided the clump. I divided it about three
years ago, and what a job.  Practically took an ax to get it apart.  It
has been quite handsome this summer, but no blooms.  Any ideas
as to why?

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