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From: Iarejan@aol.com

In a message dated 4/16/99 8:17:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time, srust@fidnet.com 

<< There was someone on this list (Betty?) that said they would like some
 rhizomes of LITTLE SNOW LEMON.  I will be dividing it this summer.  If you
 would send me your mailing address, I could send you several nice rhizomes
 of it.  Thanks!
 Cindy Rust, Missouri
    I think it was me.   I know I was talking to someone about LIttle Snow 
Lemon and that I have lusted after it since I first saw it in the Schreiner 
Catalog two years ago.

Janet Natale
zone 8 of S.c.     snail mail:  Janet Natale, 701 48th Avenue North, Myrtle 
                                           S.C.  29577  (tell me how much 
postage and your address)

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