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Re: First catalog received.

>Dear Joanne,
>  I haven't gotten theirs yet. :( However, I've met (online) Naylor
>Creek's new propagator, and if you want me to ask her specifically about
>kiyosumiensis, I'd be happy to do that. She's a big help to me, with
>some gardening questions I've had.
>Diane Frederick
Thanks Diane.  They do say in the catalog it is fertile,I'm just curious if
it can pass on the edging or develop it more.  I think I'll just have to
make sure I get an order in fast so I won't miss out.

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