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In a message dated 11/09/2000 2:37:42 PM GMT Standard Time, 
OXFORDWALT@aol.com writes:

<<  They are 
 presently just under three feet tall and about three inches in diameter.  >>

Walter my plant was about two inches in diameter when it was 22 inches tall.  
I am now worrying that it will spoil the shape of the donor plant when I make 
the cuttings.  If I am successful, I don't suppose that it will matter but I 
have enjoyed growing this plant for years and would hate to loose it.  Thank 
for the help.
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