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Re: millet

Kitty, Pam..Guess I better order the millet seeds if you are already starting 
them. I don't actually do much flower arranging myself but have several 
regular weekly customers for my "Bouquet Buckets" in the season which runs 
here from May1-Nov1 most years. Am always looking for interesting flowers to 
make these buckets as unique as possible. The flower or foliage has to be 
tough, easy to grow, long lasting, etc. Love all the new coleus now available 
..Haven't seen 'Alabama Sunset' but I will look for it. Thanks. Kathy z5b

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