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Re: animals


Theresa W wrote:
<snip>
  I then had space to put
the 3 new plants I got at the UCDavis Arboretum plant say yesterday. I bought a hybrid catmint, a Peruvian daffodil, and some kind of penstemon- all the tags are out in the garden and it's dark now...
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Is the Peruvian daffodil an Ismene, perhaps ? Whatever it is, would
be nice to see whenever next it blooms.
-jrf

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