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Re: Amaryllis??

Thanks, Kitty, I thought I remembered this, but at the rate my brain
is deteriorating these days, was not sure:-)

You are right; those new will not have seen this and our archives are

Now, was I dreaming about the part about letting them continue to
grow instead of inducing dormancy?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty Morrissy <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
> Marge, Melody,
> Amaryllis have been covered in depth at least twice in the past 2
yrs, but
> unfortunately, archives have disappeared.  No matter.  They're a
> easy bulb and worth discussing again.  As new blood joins our group
> revisit old topics, but each time we do someone who just learned
about them
> the last time around is able to share with the newcomer......
> Kitty

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