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What a crew!

I was looking for material to put into the monthly newsletter I write for my 
garden club when I noticed my Snakeroot was sending up flower spikes.  I try 
to include a piece on some native plant each month, but it gets hard not to 
repeat after several years. My references on wildflowers didn't produce much, so 
I went online to see what I could find.  I typed Cimicifuga into the Dogpile 
search, and guess what!  In the first five "hits" were one for Chris Lindsey's 
beautiful photographs of the plant and an essay on the topic by Gene of 
Munchkin Gardens.  What an amazing group of people, and how fortunate I am to have 

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