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Re: website/orders

In a message dated 03/11/2003 9:25:55 AM Central Standard Time, 

> anybody know if hibiscus are poisonous to felines?

NO, and I should know that one. <LOL> I must say, however, that mine have 
never eaten any at least not that I know of. This year I moved 8 Brugmansias 
into "their" room, and they have not bothered them at all, although they love 
bromeliads -- will snatch small ones off logs or out of their pots.  All 
their little leaves look chewed, and the leaves on the Neomarica caerulea 
(walking iris) are positively ragged. :-)

zone 7
West TN

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