<<What I am wondering is how often this event happens. It seems
to getreport about once in 50 years which means we may not live to
hearabout the next one. So enjoy it while it lasts.>>
I was not aware that chimeras were that uncommon. I've seen several
through the years and thought they were the result of weather
Or is this something entirely different than the ones I see based on
you don't cross them, you can't plant them! Betty W. in
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