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Re: bronze fennel

In a message dated 8/9/2003 10:02:47 AM Central Standard Time, 
judybrowning@lewiston.com writes:

> The first bronze fennel in my beds now grows about 9 feet tall by 5-6 wide.

Yikes!  Whether mine survive or not, they are moving to another bed ASAP.  I 
had no idea they grew that big.  They only had their name on the pot, and I 
didn't investigate further.  Shame on me.

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