I just went down to the garden to take a refresher look at this plant. I thought I would get the scape height and bud count at least. Well, that is going to have to wait for a while. The plant has been blooming maybe a week or so, but the scapes appear to still be growing and the buds are still developing on the scapes. There were some scapes showing branching developing still also. So I am just not able to give much information on the plant right now.
I have noticed a trait in my garden that is not a positive as far as I am concerned, some of the blooms tend to sort of dangle from the scape and face downward. Here is a photo from last year, and the blooms are doing the same thing this year, not the majority of them but enough of them to form a pattern of drooping blooms. One other thing I noticed, bracts are appearing along the scape (a good thing) and there are branches developing with buds. The strange thing is that the scape makes a noticeable angled turn at the bract, causing the scape to actually be shorter than it would be if it stayed straight. Also I noticed that even though there are quite a few scapes with blooms already, there are other scapes not ready to bloom yet, and still younger scapes forming already. So to me it appears this plant is an instant rebloomer in my garden.
I will report more later, but I am glad I went down and looked at the plant because I found it very interesting that it had so much going on that I had not noticed.
Photo from last year:
Photo from this season: