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Re: Laundry list

Hi, Ceres. Sorry it took so long to respond. I don't know what triggers stephanotis to bloom. The one I had [note past tense; I think it died of neglect] bloomed some years but not others. I expect the two I'm going to plant on the lattice screen will fare better because we'll see it every time we go out the back door.

On Sunday, May 16, 2004, at 09:36 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 5/16/04 4:08:06 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<< grow a couple of stephanotis on it >>

Jim, do you think I could possibly have blooms on mine this year? What is
the measure?
I haven't moved it outside yet.
I did get my tomatoes & peppers planted today after church. The youth at
our church planted their food pantry garden this morning. I grow their
tomatoes for them. That reminds me of what happen at the church garden. A
gentleman of the church came with one large tomato plant in a gallon container which
he had nurtured from seed. The coordinator said when he came he was somewhat
taken back when he saw the kids planting. I pulled up handed them my flat of
plants, much smaller in 4 packs as she then turned to him and said 'Kiss it
goodbye. The kids will plant it and take good care of it.' You could tell it
was like kissing his child goodbye.

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