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was Re: id please? (now scent)

Hear hear!

On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 09:44:37PM -0400, Kitty wrote:
> Fragrant?  You know, I really don't pay attention to that.  I mean, when a 
> plant makes you turn your head because of the fragrance like Korean Spice 
> Viburnum, that's fragrant.  But if you have to stick your nose right into it 
> and stop and think about whether you smell something, well it isn't fragrant 
> to me.  But a great many plants are listed as fragrant, though I wouldn't 
> say they are.
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone 5

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