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Re: Off topic - Daylilies


Have just found a marvelous website on daylilies.  I'm sure some of you
have already been there, but to those of you who haven't, here is the
location.  http://www.neosoft.com/~bjgj/daylily.html

Lots of color pictures of the owners inventory, plus seedlings and other
information on culture, sales etc.  Its worth a look!

Rick Tasco
Central California where I'm looking for the Ark.  Over 15 inches of
rain so far the past month with more predicted.

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