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CULT: merrily's orphans

  • Subject: CULT: merrily's orphans
  • From: "merrilyann" <merrilyann@erols.com>
  • Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 22:17:07 -0400

Thank you, again, to those of you who took my historic orphans in two years ago.  Are any of them blooming this spring?

A new one bloomed for me just yesterday, and I have NO idea what it is:  Best description I can give is that it looks like pinnacle, except upside down.  The falls are white, and the standards yellow.  Does this ring any bells at all with anybody.

Thanks.  Merrily
Capitol Hill, DC

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