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Re: OT-BIO: Jody Nolin

Dear Judy,
     Welcome. You sound just like me. My husband loves yard & I love new 
beds. I also grow a few LA's & got some new JA's from a person on this list 
as a trade. We do have fun here.
     I brought in a large stalk of Buckwheat before it froze night before 
last. The buds (5) are still tight, but I hope they will open , we have our 
Iris Society meeting tomorrow night & it would be wonderful to bring 
Buckwheat. I'm going to trim the bottom again this evening & feed it bloom 
booster to see if it will make it open.
     Annette Milch  from Lexington, KY, USA    Zone 5/6

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