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Re: beautiful site...

on 8/3/03 9:11 AM, Kitty wrote:

4 O'Clock

It wasn't me, but I have a stand of them, about 5' tall in my lower
"garden", "The Pit" as I call it. Every morning while I'm having breakfast,
their yellow heads are above the wall line. Also, there are some pink
volunteer holly hocks. I got the 4'o's from a lot where they were going to
to build new homes. I plucked a few pods & have had them ever since. I
should have put them against the back fence. They sure are drought tolerant.
the weather has cooooooled considerably here, but still very pleasant. You
all have a gr888 week.

Tony Veca <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

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