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Re: It's time for daffodils

In a message dated 2/20/07 11:33:13 AM, cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil writes:

> Daffodils are blooming!

Cyndi, what an awaited event.   I did get 6 pots of yellow tulips in bloom 
today which were items of the 'used' plant sale from the botanical center.   
They are past their prime so I will snap off the blooms and wait til the thaw to 
plant.   They are so fragrant the car ride home was a treat.

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