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RE: Magharee

LMann76543@aol.com wrote:
> I also have a very pitiful little 'patch' of MAGARHEE that I move around
> every few years trying to find a place it might like well enough to grow and
> bloom.  


We struggle with MAGHAREE and its' growth here in California also--but
we do our best to keep it in stock as our customers love it.  It is
truly beautiful when it is happy and blooms!

Rick Tasco--busy cutting stalks right now as a frost is imminent on any
of the next few nights.  Right about on schedule as our first frost is
usually right about Thanksgiving!

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