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Re: Zone 10

In a message dated 2/15/04 10:27:56 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< SS says "...the grassy, upright blades are less than an inch wide..."
I don't want "grassy" >>

Kitty, it looks just like my RS.  SS also says 'leaves spike through the air 
on this phormium look- alike'.  I would not  stay it is grass like except that 
does have blades.  Are you familiar with the phormium?  I think your 
descripiton of 'yucca like' is a good description.

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