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Re: OT: going bananas

In a message dated 8/21/00 1:15:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
wshear@email.hsc.edu writes:

<< Yes, but you could both grow bananas. >>

     Actually, I could grow some hardier types, but they need a lot of water, 
and all three springs I have been here have been so incredibly dry that I am 
steering away from some of the water "hogs."

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.     USDA Zone 8b.

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