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OT:Garden Report part II

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <>
  • Subject: OT:Garden Report part II
  • From: Mark Thornsburg <>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Feb 1998 08:18:09 -0700 (MST)

Hi everyone.

I forgot to mention my seedlings in my last garden report.  They have
actually done *better* than the other plants in that particular garden.
I think they may be "tricked" into blooming this year, they're getting
so big.  Anyway, some of them are growing practically on top of other
irises, and I noticed something... Have any of you ever noticed that the
fans of certain culitvars are a different shade of green than the plant
they grow right next to?  Just curious.


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