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Re: Bonemeal - super repellent.

In a message dated 96-05-20 11:26:45 EDT, Gunnar wrote::

>If you take some bonemeal and sprinkle it with some water,
>keep it cool over the winter, and voila. In the spring it will Ready to
>be put out in the flower beds, it then sends out the most awful odour,
>reminding of a mix of manure and something dead
>and ... well think of the most disgusting smell you can...
>Suits well with TB as you need to be at least 10 meters away to stand
>the smell yourself.
Well, chain me to the bed! What a suggestion! Yes, you are right (in previous
message re ROFLOL). The Willott's little Intermediate Iris (IB) AURORA'S
BLUSH, all pink with bluish highlights, has so far been one of the nicest
irises in my garden...and was wonderful in Sacramento.  Clarence Mahan in VA

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