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Re: Jim's new picture links

Where can one obtain that taro? DH always overwinters taro in the basement under grow lights.
On Sunday, July 11, 2004, at 11:03 PM, Donna wrote:

For your viewing pleasures, Island Jim has sent over three of his new
plants pictures. You can find them here:


They are the first three entries on the page, also dated 7-11-04.

Love the variegated taro... looks like a keeper, too bad not hardy here.

The begonia is wonderful, and interesting how you root things. Appears
you do not do it individually potted? How deep is that bed?

Is that ginger variegated on the leaf tips? Suppose that's not hardy
here either:(


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