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Re: my appreciation

Welcome back! I hope someday to appear in person to check out those "70 flavors" (a brother-in-law lives in Berkeley), but that desire conflicts with not wanting DH to add any more plants to my list of plants that I need to coddle over our 'midwest winter'!!!
The lazy z5 gardener
On Wednesday, April 28, 2004, at 11:23 PM, David Franzman wrote:

Hi folks

Well I got home today and my email box had 107 messages which means that my
attempt to resubscribe was successful. My two hibiscus groups are very chatty
but usually not this chatty.

I came back on to tell all you nice folks thank you for the birthday greeting.
I am now 44 which as far as I'm concerned is my parents age. Kinda scary.

No Kitty, I wasn't fishing. For the first time in several years I missed the
trout opening weekend. My markets started on the same weekend so I went with
the business. Something must be wrong with me.

The plants have been berry berry good to me. However, I'm working 8 days a
week which leaves me about 24 hours short of what I need. They are all
blooming and growing nicely this year as my learning curve is flattening. If
you get a chance check out the web site. We have over 70 flavors this year.
Not all of them are posted yet but we're getting there. I'm looking forward
to it.

Anyway, I hope all is well with you folks. I think of alll of you often. Be
well and I hope to hear from you from time to time.

David Franzman
A Touch of the Tropics

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