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Re: Spilt Milk


In a message dated 2/21/1999 4:07:03 PM Central Standard Time,
dkrueger@fdldotnet.com writes:

<<  Can someone tell me if Spilt Milk is a good
 grower especially here in my location-Zone 4.  >>
 ****************************************************
I'd think it would do quite well in z4. I had what a thought was a beauitiful
specimen. Someone else was of the same opinion.:-)
P. Stygall has kindly given me a replacement which I label: "This plant is
highly toxic and will cause hives if any part is touched and is deadly to
wildlife as well as domestic animals."

Clyde Crockett z5
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