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Re: TAG article

In the current issue, our Gene Bush has a cover article on Arisaemas.
The 'Jacks' I referred to are the wild 'Jack-in-the-Pulpit' (Arisaema 
triphyllum).  I was a bit uncertain about the spelling, and too lazy to
walk into the other room to get the magazine.  The article is most
interesting and handsomely illustrated.

In a message dated 12/03/2005 12:04:51 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@netzero.net writes:
Auralie, I no longer get TAG.  Are you refering to Whistling Jacks, Gladiolus 

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