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Re: Starting a nursery/David!

Yeppers!  Got them repotted...   Fingers crossed they seem  to be doing 
better!  :)
Your the best!!  
Thank you!
Ok what other tropicals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In a message dated 8/16/2005 9:57:22 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  dfranzma
@pacbell.net writes:

Hey  Holli, I told you on the phone about Musa basjoo.  Hardy to 10 or 20  
below freezing.  There seems to be a difference of opinion on  that.  The 
fruit is not edible and the bananas are about the size of  my ring finger. 
But the pod and subsequent hanging fruit is very  cool.  Ok, that's just a 

Did you get those hibs  repotted?


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