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Re: [IGSROBIN] Geranium Books

to all:

I just want to say, that I was scrolling back through my messages, and found
that I was added to this list on 12/24/98.  What a delight it has been to
get to know alby, mimi, and my own personal favorite, hedgehug, and of
course all the rest of you!! Of all the lists I get, this ranks the best.
No rancor, no pseudo experts looking down, just good folks.  Geeze, I like

-----Original Message-----
From: Judith King <Jaking300@AOL.COM>
Date: Thursday, March 11, 1999 10:36 PM
Subject: Re: Geranium Books

>Mr. Rice,
>I hope my little remark about Hellebores books didn't come across as a put-
>down. I myself have your book (and Ms. Strangman's) on Hellebores, and it
>gorgeous (truly). I just thought it was odd that a  whole book (three?) was
>devoted to Hellebores, and I couldn't find a one on geraniums. Delighted to
>hear of the release coming out in July here.

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