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Re: irids: crocus

Hey there Mark:  Mine began blooming yesterday as well!  Isn't it great -
to see something blooming?  My French Pussywillows are "sparking" too! 
Maybe we will see spring - I surely am tired of the winter!

Nicki Shay
Puget Sound
Washington State

On Mon, 17 Feb 1997 12:12:23 -0700 (MST) "Michael Cook"
<macook@iglou.com> writes:
>     A few minutes ago, I found the first bloom of the season.  A 
>snow Crocus is blooming today.  I thought that this may have an 
>interest to
>you since Crocuses are Irids.  It sure is good to see something bloom.
>Mark A. Cook
>Lexington, KY  USA      

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