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Re: Plant I.D.

At 10:56 PM 7/9/98 EDT, you wrote:
>Hi Sheila ... I saw Sea Lotus Leaf for th efirst time about 2 weeks ago and
>it's about $16.00 I think

Well, it was $40.00 for a close-to-mature plant at the nursery I mentioned
earlier.  I have seen it mail-order for $10-12.00, sometimes a little more.
 It is $12.00 at Brookwood Nursery (mail-order), which is always a deal,
since they send you a good-sized plant, and sometimes more than one if the
starts are small.

Sheila Smith
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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