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Re: Chris's restaurant and Baby Plants

Kitty, I have miniatures of lots of things - I love the tinies - but
I don't have Toadlilies of any sort, and don't know of miniatures.
I do have several miniature hostas, including one about 2" high -
can't think of the name right now.  Lots of miniatures in the other
bulbs - daffs, tulips, dahlias, etc. - so maybe there could be
miniature Toadlilies.  I have been trying to get some miniature
gladiolus this year - have had them in the past - but can't locate
them.  One place listed them in their online site, but when I 
placed an order, they telephoned me to say they didn't have 
them.   I do have a dear miniature caladium - Candidum Jr.

In a message dated 07/14/2005 4:13:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:
mini colony only about 3 or 4 inches high of
Hosta and Solomon's Seal.  Toadlilies would have been the perfect
complement.  I wonder if there is such a thing.  doesn't Auralie do

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