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Re: TB: Zillionaire

In a message dated 3/13/2004 10:46:29 AM Central Standard Time, Autmirislvr@aol.com writes:

Can't wait to see it bloom here.  Starting to get impatient for a few decent days.

Albicans are stalkin' up big time here right now!

The remnant rhizomes from the '03 Big Dig got planted here. Most had no foliage at the time of my planting (late November). Now the foliage is so very small, less than an inch tall on many. I will not see it bloom here this year. But, I'm sayin' prayers each time I get on my knees to pull the surroundin' weeds that they survive until the '05 bloom season.

The only thing I have is time and irises........ I know about how many irises I have. I have no idea how much time.

Bill Burleson, new zone 8

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