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Re: Re: CULT: Letting plant go to seed

Oh, dear - I see my typos have caused some misunderstanding among those who 
didn't recognize my mistake!  I wrote "seedpods"  when i really meant 
"beepods".  Guess my new great-grandmother status (even tho he was the 11th 
adorable, cutey-pie - and I'm looking forward to 2 in incubation to hatch in 
the Spring - and I'm hoping for some more girls - there are too many  6 and 
under little boys -- some 60 years ago, I was upset by being told that a 
number of male births meant a war in the future and, if you think about it - 
it happened) Now to get back to the beginning of the sentence, if you can 
find it! - guess that status went to my fingers so I typed the wrong word!   
I'll keep quiet for awhile  -- Rosalie nr Baltimore   zone 7  ryfigge@aol.com

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