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Surprise Reblooms

Posted by gldno1 z6MO (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 23, 12 at 10:31

My plants think it is spring instead of fall. I have blooms on things since the rain that I haven't had before.

The flowering quince,

The Henryi Clematis.

another viticella clem that I think always does a light re-bloom,

and kerria japonica, double blossom,


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RE: Surprise Reblooms

My mock orange is blooming lightly. We need a nice fall to recover from our ordeal last summer.


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RE: Surprise Reblooms

You made me go look at my clematis plants. I don't have any flowers but I do have a few buds on one of them.
It's nice to see so many things recovering. My Purple Dome asters looked so bad this summer I thought they were diseased. They have lots of new green leaves now so I'm hoping they will go ahead and bloom. If not, then next year at least. I was sure they were goners a month ago.
Helen - you're right. I feel like we deserve an easy fall and winter too after that.


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RE: Surprise Reblooms- two more

The "new" honeysuckle that appeared in the middle of my red honeysuckl last year is blooming again. It is very fragrant; so far, the red one isn't.

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Also the Jackmanii Superba has one bloom but more buds,

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RE: Surprise Reblooms

If they bloom together it doesn't matter that one is not fragrant. My L. serotina expensive little honeysuckle start is just sitting there doing nothing; maybe it will take off one of these days. I love the smell of honeysuckle.


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