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Mar 25, 2012 1:50 PM CST
Name: bit
Eastern VA and NC
Zone 7b/8a
I'm not sure, actually.

They were 3-year-old roots, but were really tiny when I got them last summer. Plants begin flowering the third year (this has to happen before they're sold, because it's the only way to tell male from female plants), but I wouldn't be surprised if they're set back a year by transplanting.

They usually flower in May in the midwest, but should be a bit earlier here in the warm south. I'll keep you posted if I see any flowers.

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