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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #722

In a message dated 02/03/2000 8:37:01 PM Central Standard Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

 I've also had some Golden Tiara bloom early for me in the greenhouse 
 that I used for some crosses and then without doing anything they 
 rebloomed later in the summer.  You might try bring the early bloomer 
 into a greenhouse, let them bloom very early and then see if they 
 rebloom later when the late bloomers are flowering.

Some times too, if you induce dormancy early, the late season bloomers (you 
must do it just Before they produce the scape) you can get them to bloom in a 
few weeks in the spring after taken them out of the cooler.

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