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RE: was: S. sanguinea "Tricolor", now things that drive us crazy

Got to give you credit... you are working on beating the system. Although I
wonder if you stay up nights thinking about this.

Who is really cheap, and afraid that what ever I paid for in an extended
version will be out of business before I get my moneys worth.

> Two months ago I received a subscription renewal (inside the mag, not
> separately) to Horticulture for which I was paid up until July 06. I
> took them up on it anyway and renewed to July 07. If you bought a 1 yr
> subscription for $25, you got 2 gift subscriptions free. So I asked 2
> friends if they wanted a 1 yr subscription for $8.33. Not a bad deal.
> Kitty
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