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Re: Edwin Bibby

In a message dated 02/23/2000 7:33:24 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
eoneill@ibm.net writes:

<<  Carol, Tim, are you
 growing it? What has been your experience, especially with regard to
 stability... >>

I was lucky enough to receive a small piece of it last summer from a dear 
friend in England.  So I can't comment on my experience with it.  I have my 
fingers crossed that it peeks out of its pot in Spring!

Carol in CT z6/5
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