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Re: scapes already?

I also have scapes on Split Milk, Jade Cascade, Spritzer, Lucy Vitols,
and Blue Moon. 

We have consistantly had highs of low to mid 80 degrees during the day 
and a lows of 54 degrees at night for the last 3 weeks.

Michael Laico
Crossville, TN

At 07:32 PM 5/14/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I'm glad somebody said something...I was begining to think I was crazy...I
>have scapes on a Blue Angel, Wide Brim, Blue Cadet
>really strange
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Charles E Tuttle <ctuttle39@JUNO.COM>
>Date: Friday, May 14, 1999 7:11 PM
>Subject: scapes already?
>>Have just come home to cruise the hosta beds.  Could not believe that
>>'Blue Seer' and 'Gum Drop' have scapes already up with buds!  Both plants
>>were wintered over in pots, which undoubted put them about a month ahead
>>of their normal emergence.  Talk about getting out of the ground and
>>getting into the reproductive phase quickly.
>>Charles Tuttle
>>Columbus  OH  Z5, where it is cool and damp - but in need of rain.

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