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Re: Clivia Seeds Picture

In a message dated 12/6/03 5:39:46 AM, garrideb@well.com writes:

<< AOL sucked the attachment out of the
picture I sent her (twice !) leaving only the text  >>

Jim, I fwd your message  to my son who was able to view the photo.  He said 
'that's another attribute(?) of AOL'.  I do get photos so it must depend how 
they are sent.  Thanks for all your efforts.  
    Wow, what a pod of seeds!  It appears the pod in the photo is elongated 
and the pods on mine were very round.  I did not pick mine until after it was 
very red and then begin to shrivel and deteriorate which was a long wait from 

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