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RE: hum.../hellebores

Didn't know I was supposed too... hum....

Heading out the door now, so will take another look around and see if
anything is showing... but my daffs and other early stuff (except pussy
willow) hasn't poked it's head out as of my last tour around the yard...
so thinking I am still in winter mode here.

Where it is supposed to be in the 50's today- so everyone should be
waking up!

> In a message dated 2/28/04 2:54:53 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:
> << Well, Donna, depends on what you planted and whether you cut off
> foliage last fall.  >>
> Donna, did you cut yours off.  I did not.  Should i have cut them
> Marge?
>     Ceres

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