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Re: Canna

I've had daffodils and caladiums growing in my compost bins.  Nothing worth photographing though.

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> Yesterday when I was leaving the parking lot after work, I noticed a 
> canna blooming is an old section of our dump. So I detoured over to see 
> it. Pure, deep yellow. Very nice. So today I decided to go photograph 
> it. When I got there, however, it was gone. The whole plant had been 
> dug. Some coworker now has a yellow canna in his or her yard. Gonna 
> start taking my camera to work again. 
> Island Jim 
> Southwest Florida 
> 27.0 N, 82.4 W 
> Zone 10a 
> Minimum 30 F [-1 C] 
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