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Re: [IGSROBIN] Pelargonium seed

you cant get rid of the dog that easy, cindy:)

-----Original Message-----
From: Cynthia S. Lohry <Hedgehug@AOL.COM>
Date: Friday, March 19, 1999 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: Pelargonium seed

>You are talking to the woman who has a dog that eats full grown angels and
>cuttings (and the pots for that matter!) and whose cats alternate between
>using the pots of seeds as a small circular litterpan or as a source of
>crispy greens to stimulate their appetites.  Nothing is sadder than a
>that has been grazed down to its little pale green stem and all the leaves
>growing point are gone.  No matter what promises you make to the plant
>it dies.  Slowly but with great finality.  I have every confidence that
>seeds will do wonderfully for you. And if you do happen to lose some
>varieties, you just get more seeds and try again.  Now, if you want a
>challenge, I'll ship you a dog to keep you company while you work on your
>plants.  A lovely dog.  Will not give you any problems by being a finicky
>eater either.

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