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  • Harold Greer
    Oct 11, 2003
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      I have a little different opinion from Bill Miller. Yes, flower buds used
      in the fall are not available in the spring. But many times I have seen
      plants flower heavily in the fall and still have enough buds left to flower
      heavily in the spring. Also, often as they are flowering they are still
      producing growth that is setting buds, so great flowering still happens in

      Though, I have seen plants completely flower in the fall and have no flowers
      left for spring, but often that is not true.

      Harold Greer
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      From: "kosacktree" <kosacktree@...>
      To: <azaleas@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2003 2:30 AM
      Subject: [azaleas] BLOOMING AZALEAS

      > I have two azaleas that have been blooming for about the past 5 or 6
      > weeks. They are not as full as they were in the spring, but I can
      > not get over the fact that this is almost the middle of October and
      > the blooms are really pretty. Sorry to say I don't have the names,
      > this was before I was concerned with them. I do believe one
      > is "Gillie" but don't know for certain. Here in south central
      > Virginia the weather has been rather spring like.
      > Will this have a bad effect on their bloom come spring?
      > Thanks
      > Cheryl
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