Daylilies forum: Instant rebloom and rebloom whats the difference

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Name: kimbar rise
beaverton mi
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kimbar
Jul 30, 2012 5:52 AM CST
I have daylilies that bloomed out but sending up scapes not on the same fan.Then i have some that are not bloomed out
sending up scapes on different fan. So i did research a little they dont explain well. So could someone help with this
so i know exactly what is the difference.
Name: Michele
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tink3472
Jul 30, 2012 6:07 AM CST
If I'm reading what you are saying correctly........ if it's sending up scapes on fans that have not had scapes then it's just the first scapes on those fans. Not all of the fans will send scapes up together in the season.

The AHS dictionary used to explain it a little more in detail (or so I thought) before it got revamped. Rebloom and Recurrent mean same thing (from what I have read)

Rebloom is sending up another scape from a fan that has already had a scape bloom (bloomed out). It could be a couple weeks later or a couple months later.
Instant rebloom means it sends up a scape as soon as the other scape is finshed blooming OR at the same time the other scape is blooming.

I hope this helps
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Name: kimbar rise
beaverton mi
Charter ATP Member I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Daylilies Enjoys or suffers cold winters Seed Starter Roses
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kimbar
Jul 30, 2012 6:18 AM CST
Thats what i wanted to know if they can send scapes up at different times in the growing season
I have never had it happen before and now it is. So it got me questining whats rebloom, instant rebloom
and just late scapes. Thanks Michele nodding
Name: Michele
Cantonment, FL zone 8b
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tink3472
Jul 30, 2012 6:21 AM CST
welcome I tip my hat to you.
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Name: Juli
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daylily
Jul 31, 2012 4:11 AM CST
Here is a link to a thread with photos of pre-bloom and instant rebloom.

The thread "Pre-bloom and Instant Rebloom - with photos" in Daylilies forum
Name: bb
north of boston on the coast
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lilylady
Jul 31, 2012 5:50 AM CST
I have always thought of rebloom, as one scape finishes blooming and another scape then emerges.

And recurrent as one scape is blooming and another scape emerges while scape number 1 is still blooming.

A purchased a few of Karol Emmerich's for their recurrent bloom since here north of Boston there is not sufficient time for rebloom to occur. (Needs a longer rest period)

I once compared notes with Gail Korn on our growing conditions, the same plants and her many reblooms and my hardly any reblooms. We concluded that her growing season AND her number of heat days (over 90) were much higher than mine.

I live north of Boston and Gail lives in Nebraska. I am zone 6 and she is zone 5 (now maybe 4?)
Name: Michele
Cantonment, FL zone 8b
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tink3472
Jul 31, 2012 6:00 AM CST
I had thought the same thing (I'm sure someone wrote it in one of the message boards) about recurrent and rebloom. But from what I have read on different webpages it means the same thing. Shrug!
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daylily
Jul 31, 2012 6:27 AM CST
Recurrent is a term that is new to me in the last year or so.

Crown of Creation has a fan that has three scapes coming out of it. Never saw that before.
Name: bb
north of boston on the coast
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lilylady
Jul 31, 2012 12:41 PM CST
daylily said:Recurrent is a term that is new to me in the last year or so.

Crown of Creation has a fan that has three scapes coming out of it. Never saw that before.


I can imagine that THAT poor fan is doomed! Triplets?

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