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REB: LAB 5 at Redbud Lane
  • Subject: REB: LAB 5 at Redbud Lane
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 03:16:00 -0400


Melody told me that LAB 5, the white LA seedling by Hooker Nichols,
was a rebloomer.  At the time, I took it to mean it rebloomed there,
in central Illinois. However, she could have meant it had rebloomed in Texas,
or that it had bloomed out of season after being moved to Redbud Lane.
The Wilhoits have made Redbud Lane an Eden for plant lovers in farm country. 
Purple Reprise starting another stalk.
Couple of seedlings coming: Precious Little Pink X Mystery Blush and
(Bonus Mama x Neptune's Cloak) X Forever Blue.  These may not be true
rebloom, but are showing a total disregard for the accepted spring bloom
season, especially considering everything was 10 days early this year.
Mary Lou, near Indianapolis, Z5 - seedling slaughter nearly complete 

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