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Re: rebloom

In a message dated 4/5/01 5:27:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
hawesj@atlantic.net writes:

<< Rebloom to me means to bloom again,
 and I don't think this is what happens. What do you think?

Jim, Have never thought about this until last year.  I had about half of all 
my hosta re-bloom in the fall.  That is they bloomed at the normal time and 
were blooming as the freeze hit in the fall.  I only noticed because it was 
my first year of trying my hand at dabbing pollen and noticed that they were 
blooming but too late to set seed.  N.
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