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Re: TB POPSTAR - Blyth

Jack, I almost sent the same question. 
Where in very sunny California?
Jan in Chatsworth (where we have only seen 3 1/2" of rain since March or April 2006)

Jack Carter <jackcarter@yahoo.com> wrote:

What's that wet stuff on the bloom and why isn't the sky blue?

Jack (from very sunny California)

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