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RE: peony people

My mother used to have them right outside my bedroom.... and all I remember
is all the darn ants... and I am not going to have that same problem of
fighting ants in my home.

And until this discussion came up, never really thought about having some in
the back 40, so to speak....definitely not near the building!


> How come? They may be the most beautiful of all flowers.
> On Sunday, February 20, 2005, at 04:12 PM, Donna wrote:
> > Well as I said before, don't even have one peony here....
> Island Jim

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