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(Dan Trimmer, 1998). Tet (August Frost x Full Moon Cafe) 34” L Sev. In the north, where rebloom is a sometimes thing, cultivars that extend the bloom season on either end are very important. SEPTEMBER FROST finishes blooming at about the mid point bloom of Sandra Elizabeth, which was well into September on Long Island. SEPTEMBER FROST has 3 branches with typically 25 blooms per scape. The flower is a 5 3/4” ivory cream with a yellow green throat. Plants are very large and seem to grow equally well north and south. Most lates are less round that we would like so SEPTEMBER FROST is extremely circular when judged against its classmates (lates and very lates)