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Re: OT:Rebloomers

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

Hi Patricia and others

    I live on the Washington coast, elevation about 300 ft. with acidic soil,
about 25-30 inches of rain per year (mostly in the winter). Right where I live
the ground is glacial till (substratum of clay, sand boulders and gravel).
Compared to Patricia who lives in high plateau desert conditions and probably
alcholoid soil and an elevation of 3,000ft. There is a high mountain range
between us (The Cascades). The soil and weather conditions are worlds apart. I
don't really know where she lives but I estimate we live about 200 miles

Rita B
Western Wa

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