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Actaea/Cimicifuga flowers

I've been thrilled this year with the 7 foot wands on my Actaea racemosa.  They 
open over a long period from the bottom to the top.  I bought A. 'Hillside 
Black Beauty' last year and it is flowering for the first time.  However, the 
flowers on the wand opened all at the same time - but only on the west side of 
the flower stem. Those on the east oae still tightly closed, dark-red buds.  Is 
this normal?  Neither side is shadier than the other.


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