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Re: Planting...

From: Amy Moseley Rupp <amy@ece.utexas.edu>

> I can't take all the credit, though.  My mom sat out there with my notebook and mapped out the garden as I planted.  This explains why I'm now growing Mario Mahoney instead of Mary O. Mahoney.  Why the second Thornbird I planted is referred to as Thornbird--seriously?, the third is referred to as Again, and the fourth is reffered to as "Nert!".  
> Springtime should be fun.
> If you've made it this far, thanks for letting me ramble on and on...
> Rusty
> ...who has never once, at an explosion, seen "smithereens" anywhere.  

But Rusty, I thought you didn't like Thornbird... why four clumps?

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