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Re: Freaks & other irritations

In a message dated 96-05-29 12:59:27 EDT, Kathy Guest wrote::

>RARE EDITION was 10" high (with proportionally tiny flower), and SHOOTING
>SPARKS has the same form and proportions of a perfect MTB.

The under height RARE EDITION has been common here.  Branching on SHOOTING
SPARKS is just great, but is not the flower too large for MTB in your garden?
 It always is here. Clarence Mahan in VA

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