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tomato cage topiary

  • Subject: tomato cage topiary
  • From: Akbehn@AOL.COM
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 07:51:31 EST

That's a great idea, Brenda.   I have plenty of tomato cages I could try that
with.   Anybody have suggestions as to which pelargoniums would work best to
train as a topiary?   I just received Faye's book yesterday and I'm eager to
order some new varieties of my own.
Dayton, OH

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