Definitions

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  • noun A flower that blooms more than once in a year.

Etymologies

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rebloom +‎ -er

Examples

  • The Green Man recommends using the hardy rebloomer "Happy Returns" and its companion "My Sweetheart Returns" as the tie-together basic daylilies around foundations and non-focal areas.

    DESIGNER DAYLILIES

  • Hence, substitute the classic rebloomer in primary yellow, "Happy Returns."

    THE GLORY OF DAYLILIES

  • The Green Man highly recommends the rebloomer "My Sweetheart Returns" as a foil to "Happy Returns."

    THE GLORY OF DAYLILIES

  • The Green Man recommends using the hardy rebloomer "Happy Returns" and its companion "My Sweetheart Returns" as the tie-together basic daylilies around foundations and non-focal areas.

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  • Hence, substitute the classic rebloomer in primary yellow, "Happy Returns."

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The Green Man highly recommends the rebloomer "My Sweetheart Returns" as a foil to "Happy Returns."

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I would recommend Purple Rain because it is a strong rebloomer, flowering late into October.

    BellaOnline - The Voice of Women

  • His recent introduction, Vanilla Stella, is a lovely near-white continuous rebloomer, which bloomed through November last year.

    Knox

  • Hi Maria — Twist-n-Shout is a rebloomer, so it does set buds on new wood, but I’m sure there are buds that are already set from fall, too, so here’s what I would do: give it until mid-May when you can clearly tell which stems are alive and green and which stems are truly dead — that’s when to prune out the dead stems.

    It’s Time to Twist and Shout « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

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