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Re: Speaking of presents

In a message dated 12/27/2003 2:14:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:

> I have given these to my youngest son for years - started when he was 
> in college.  He is not much of a "grower" and his wife is even less of one, 
> but these work for them.  The ones I send to them come in sets of three in 
> pretty colored vases.  They start them a week or ten days apart to stretch 
> the 
> season.  Enjoy!  Auralie

I encountered your message first - just got back from a couple of days in the 
city and was catching up on 155 e-mails - and jumped right in.  I should have 
known that you would have a whole series of answers from people with more 
knowledge than mine. Anyway, now you must feel reassured about the hyacinths.  
Enjoy!  Auralie

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