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Re: to Clarence & Bill Smoot

OH>>>>  I thought I was responding to Ginny in Canada.  Good heavens, see what
I mean???
I'm having a great conversation (what do you call it over e-mail) with 
someone about the distinction between dicot and monocots which will be useful
to know because one of them doesn't survive under black walnut trees.  I'm 
looking for a source to read...
You mean you don't know about my neighbor's black walnut trees?
Now where did that message go??? Did you have to read about my wanting to grow

Gosh, I'm sorry.

Carolyn Schaffner  But I DO want to grow herbs

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