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black hollyhock seeds

Okay my friends, the black hollyhocks are forming seed pods now, should
be ready to harvest here fairly soon. Whoever wanted seeds, go ahead and
e-mail me off list and I'll get you fixed up. When I was out there in my
bird and butterfly sanctuary tonight and surrounded by same, I was
reminded of and old quote that I've always enjoyed.

"That simple man who gives delight to his fellow creatures gives delight also to God."

Rabbi Akiva.

have a great night.... 

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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