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Re: Hello?

Well...of course I remember you! I may not always be as chatty as others on the group...but with all the kids I have, and animals and full time job away from home...I don't always have the time to chat via e-mail. But I do read them....and sometimes...if I don't have time to read them...I print them out and read them later!!

As for Purple Hyacinth Beans (Pam Evans got me hooked on those)...they can be grown in SO many places. I have some climbing a back fence, some climbing a trellis and this year...I'm planting one/two under my river birch so it can climb up the trunk. I think they are so pretty.

And yes, you sent me a "thank you e-mail" for the seeds. But I don't worry about that kind of stuff cause I know gardeners....this is a busy time of year...and when you get seeds...you're OUTSIDE!! I did most of my spring cleaning in Jan/Feb so I could be outside the first sign of spring.

Jesse Rene' Bell
Claremore, OK
Zone 6

From: Tigerliley2@wmconnect.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Hello?
Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2003 12:27:03 EST

Did you get a thank you card from me? I hope you did but somehow things get
the best of me sometime......my little beans look swell this morning.....I
don't know where to put it ......give me some suggestions......guess I will
probably have to get it a trellis to get it into the sun............I read
somewhere that no-one should be without a hyacinth bean vine......I asked
about Jim because he was kind enough to send me seeds too.....I am pleased
you remembered me......

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