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Re: Hortus III

Andrea, I use mine constantly, to the point that it is falling apart.
Of course it is about 20 years old, so maybe that's just a function
of old age.  I write quite a lot of pieces for my club's newsletter and
other such, and I am always checking spelling, species, hardiness, 
country of origin, and all such things.  I would be lost without mine.

In a message dated 02/18/2006 2:30:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
andrea.hodges@sbcglobal.net writes:
Does anyone on this list actually ever USE their copy of Hortus III? I find
it aggravating and am trying to decide if it's worth hauling another 1000

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