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RE: Re: dragonwing


Maybe you need to join one of the list groups-- find out the details and
report back to us :) LOL!

Donna

> 
> As I mentioned this Begonia isn't mine.  My only experience with
begonias
> are the rex Bs I bought this past season.  I gave away all but one
> division
> which is overwintering now as a houseplant and doing fine.  But
Begonias
> are
> a broad category.  There are tuberous and fibrous kinds - probably
others
> for all I know. They even have their own societies.  I just wish they
> weren't so secretive about the details!
> 
> Kitty

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