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Re: REB:Cricket Song


Betty Wilkerson wrote:

>> ...'Cricket Song' still blooms well here in the spring and
>> has rebloomed at least once. We're done here. It's a pity
>> since there are going to be several days with warmer weather.
>> Betty Wilkerson

Thanks Betty! I think we're just about done here too. But still got to see these few frost burnt blooms on Thanksgiving morning. Hope you had a great holiday! I guess now it's time to start dreaming up crosses for the Spring. ;0)
Best wishes, Tom


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