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Re: Bloom Sequence Project Update


From: Irisborer@aol.com

Hi Jeff:

A question.....  would it be helpful to include other plants in bloom at the 
same time??  

I mean, would it be helpful to know that VICTORIA FALLS is in bloom .... as 
well as lilacs, magnolias and whatever.

Not that anything of the sort is occurring at the Guest Estates, you 
understand.... but just "would it be of value"??

Kathy Guest... with squill, early hyacinths, corydalis solida and hepaticas 
in bloom.

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