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Re: Ferraria

Sorry, the first message got away from me before I could type it.

I've been going through Bryan's Bulbs book and as I headed toward
Freesia I came across Ferraria. Fran - do you know about these? Pretty
neat plants from corms.

what gets me is that you can go through any hort book and find all this
neat stuff but it's not available - though Jim does have a knack for
finding the elusive and some of you have found the unheard-of at Home
Depot of all places.


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