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Re: 'Limerock Ruby'

In a message dated 1/9/04 8:23:54 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<<  The two items I remember
are that A) the wet crown thing (appears Ceres read that one too), and
B) the type of cutting used - >>

Kitty, I did not happen to read this but heard from so many in much warmer 
climates than ours that this did not survive.  I have mine covered with a cone 
with the top out & then covered with 2 bricks.  Hope this does not allow to 
much moisture in. Spring will tell.
What is the theory behind the cutting?  Seems like once a plant has matured 
it would not make a difference.           Ceres

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