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HYB: Rebloom - Mists and Haunting

  • Subject: HYB: Rebloom - Mists and Haunting
  • From: "J. Griffin Crump" <jgcrump@cox.net>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 13:06:07 -0500

This has been the best-ever rebloom season here.  Season of Mists, Renown, Lunar Whitewash, Baby Blessed and a couple of SDB seedlings blooming at the moment.  Stalks up on Egg Nog, Istanbul, Blazing Sunrise, Over and Over, Again and Again, and several SDB, IB and TB seedlings.  A milder than usual month of November is forecast here, and I hope it proves to be so, since it will be maiden bloom for some of those seedlings.  Season of Mists has been the outstanding performer here, at 35" tall, well branched, 13 buds and lovely fragrance.  With three stalks in a clump of three rhizomes, it will have provided at least a month and a half of bloom.
Curiously, Haunting, which usually reblooms reliably here at Halloween, has decided not to bloom at all this fall (unless it sends up late stalks, which it did in 2006 and 2007, blooming on cut stalks on December 3 and January 5 of those years).  What's been the experience of any of you who have it, so far?  --  Griff

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