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RE: Help! - Lilies gotta go

So the big question is...... what happens to the plants there were scheduled
to go in the lily spot?

Oh yeah, did you get the newspaper read today too....<lol>


> Well, I didn't get around to moving the lilies, there just was no time.
> Fortunately the MG who tends that garden and some others argued against it
> on the workday, so they didn't do it.  The plan now is just to move a
> couple
> of them (there are 33) to see how they do as an experiment.  I'm hoping
> he'll just leave them until fall and I'll dig them all then for the bulb
> sale.
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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